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Author Robert Bruce <rob@tdd.org.uk>
Full name Robert Bruce <rob@tdd.org.uk>
Date 2006-10-02 05:37:41 PDT
Message Well I have thought about that, but the files are not being processed in
alphabetical order either, so I am not sure if that would be of any
benefit. I guess what would be beneficial is to work out the order in
which is processes the files, then control that so that they are in
correct order and see if the datadump succeeds.

On Mon, October 2, 2006 11:25 am, Luciano Andrade wrote:
> Ovbiusly you could try to renameit to some ting like
> 01Website.schema.xml 02Licencing.schema.xml
>
> But I realy donĀ“t understend how the multi-schema definition works
> when you reference tables/relations from others schemas.
>
> On 10/1/06, Robert Bruce <rob at tdd dot org dot uk> wrote:
>> I have a system whereby I use a multi-component setup with propel, using
>> multiple schema files. Everything works fine for code generation and
>> installing the sql, however when I come to run a datadump an error
>> occurs regarding a missing table. The table does exist in the database,
>> but I believe the error is due to the schema files not been processed in
>> dependency order.
>>
>> Here is an output from attempting to run the datadump target
>>
>> http://www.tdd.org.u​k:81/propel.txt
>>
>> If you look at the order the schema files are processed the first file
>> licencing.schema.xml depends on the schema website.schema.xml which is
>> being processed further down the list. Is there any way can control the
>> order in which the schema files are processed? Or is there any other way
>> to get around this problem?
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