Patrick Doyle wrote:
So I have been tinkering with Rails all week - I'm a designer, not a
developer, but I'm looking to expand my knowledge. I created an
of Radiant, the cms, and am looking to fiddle with it and then try
putting it on a server.
I have the 'radiant project' created here:
When I use locomotive to point this directory at port 3004, I get the
following error on viewing:
Could not find table 'config'
Although the config table is definitely there.
I used SQLite 3 as the database. I'm assuming, sense I am trying to
access it locally, that it is looking at the development database - my
config/database.yml file looks like this:
What am I doing wrong here? Do I have to activate the sqlite somehow?
Any advise would be appreciated.
I'm not familiar with Radiant, but you might try:
$ rake db:migrate
something about creating and initializing the database.
The "rake db:migrate" command will create the database from scratch.
Sorry for the trouble you're experiencing. Try the Radiant mailing list - you're likely to get good help there also. That said, as a general guideline, you should never really need to run in development (that part is for developing the CMS itself, not the content). You should run in production.
Also, when you do that, make sure you follow the instructions over at the site.
The documentation is a bit all over the place right now, but is being reorganized. Take a look at: http://wiki.radiantcms.org/Summer_Reboot for bits of documentation that will help.
Also, specifically see: http://wiki.radiantcms.org/Create_your_first_Radiant_project (with video, I believe) and then see: http://wiki.radiantcms.org/Getting_Started
Make sure that you're on Ruby 1.8.6 - there are still a few kinks with Ruby 1.8.7.
12/26/2008 | 4:28 PM.