I'm very moved! Thank you so much! Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any other issues.
Everything is working as expected.
I set friendly-urls from false to true; driver from 'sqlite' to
'sqlite3'; dbname from '/db/database.dbl' to
'/home/luciano/Downloads/sailor-master/test/project/db' and the blog
is creating, listing, updating and deleting everything.
Do you now how Sailor is so important for me? For a long time, I have
been searching for a accessibile way to create graphical interfaces. I
can drag and drop objects in a form, so Delphi is not an option. I
need to write codes. However, GTK is accessible in Linux, but not in
Windows. Wx is less acessible in Linux than Windows. IUP was almost
perfectly, but in Windows, screen readers can't read the label of
The solution is HTML. The single complete accessible interface in all
systems, from what I was able to see, is HTML. But to create
applications in HTML, I need a browser and a web server. Of course my
perspectives can change, but the primary ideia is to create utilities
for blind people only locally. It does not mind if web development was
created to remote applications, it works for my purpose.
I did a first attempt with CGILua, but I lost myself in the
configuration of web servers. So I changed to Python and I
experimented Web2py. It's a very good tool, but I couldn't like the
compulsory indentation of Python. When you uses screen reader, it's
annoying to count the number of tabs.
Finally, with Sailor, I think the search is finished. Thank you and
congratulation for the work.
2015-02-27 4:45 GMT-03:00, Etiene Dalcol <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> First question, was it working before using sqlite?
> Yes, the correct is without the 'project'.
> There are 2 ways of routing, http://localhost:8080/category would be with
> friendly urls. Have you set friendly_urls to true on your app's conf.lua? (
> Since this is a recent addition, the default is false. If you did, there
> might be a bug with the friendly_urls. You can reset it to false and try
> http://localhost:8080/?r=category <http://localhost:8080/category> for the
> moment while I take a look at it.
> There are also 2 types of 404... When the app is run correctly but it does
> not find the correct routing, it shows a custom and modifiable 404 page
> (it's on /views/error/404.lp). For the moment Sailor has a debug system for
> inspecting variables, page:inspect(my_table) would print its content on the
> bottom of the page. However, if the app was not run and it showed the 404
> from the webserver then it would depend on the webserver. Unfortunately I
> don't know how Xavante logs work yet.
> 2015-02-27 8:19 GMT+01:00 luciano de souza <email@example.com>:
>> Hello all,
>> Sailor brought to me excelent perspectives in web development. But,
>> starting something entirely new is always a challenge.
>> I decided to change the blog example, given in the documentation, in
>> other to use it with Sqlite3.
>> In /conf/conf.lua, I made the following changes:
>> db.driver = 'sqlite'
>> db.dbname = '/db/database.dbl'
>> Having created the subdirectory /dv, inside it, I created a database,
>> using a modified version of /sql/mysql.sql. The structure was the
>> same. Changes are made only to do the same with the Sqlite sintax.
>> I did:
>> The default page is shown.
>> I did:
>> 404? Page not found? why? The controler 'category.lua' existis and has
>> '/category/index.lp' associated.
>> I tried also:
>> It's a unlogical attempt, so 404 is shown again.
>> This is an attempt becose "project" is the name of the application.
>> However, the launcher is inside the root folder, so I believe the
>> correct is http://localhost:8080/category
>> See the last attempt:
>> Not Found
>> The requested URL http://localhost:8080/project/category/index was not
>> found on this server.
>> My OS is in portuguese; the message, in english. So I know it's an
>> answer of my local server.
>> The message does not help, since there's no additional information.
>> Is there a log support or a debug mode? How can I know what is wrong?
>> Best regards,
>> Luciano de Souza
Luciano de Souza