|Subject:||Re: [Health-dev] Localization German - new database on Raspi4 GH3.8|
|Date:||Tue, 27 Apr 2021 23:41:32 +0200|
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still I am working on the the translation issue, and I tried to make a new database:
Thank you very much Axel and Armand, due to your help I managed
now to install a new database.
At https://hagenbichler.at/usergroup.html I documented my way, you find it at GNUHealth - Raspi - Installationsanleitung für neue Datenbank
[....] trytond-admin -c /usr/bin/trytond.conf --all -d health38_V2 -v => OSError: Database "health38_V2.sqlite doesn't exist"
Thank you, that was the mistake.The configuration is in /etc/tryton/trytond.conf
Now I think: would it be possible to have a feature in the GNUHealth or the Tryton-client, that would just make a new database via the client, if I am already connected to a database? So that in fact it makes just a copy of the current database, or uses the same template of the current database, that was used during the first installation of that database? I think, that would be great and would help a lot for laymen or simple users as I am.That was a feature in earlier versions of Tryton, but was dropped as it was considered unsecure. I agree, that feature was nice and made life easy....
It would be great to convince the Tryton directorate to put this
feature again into Tryton and to make life easy again 😁. Why is
it more unsecure than if you make it manually, except that many
people (like me) just are not able to do it, or can do it only
with the intensely help of the experts?
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