DBI backend status
andi5.py at gmx.net
Sun Jul 27 17:25:45 EDT 2008
On So, 2008-07-27 at 10:09 -0700, Phil Longstaff wrote:
> I've just completed a basic test. I created a basic XML file with
> some standard accounts, and then added a transaction, a budget, a
> price, a customer, ... till I had 1 of each type of object (except an
> order - how do I create one?). My test is then:
> 1) start gc with the XML file, save-as to a DBI sqlite3 db, then quit
> 2) start gc with the sqlite3 db, save-as to an XML file, then quit
> 3) compare the two XML files.
> The only differences are:
> 1) Sometimes, some slots are in different orders
> 2) There is one more account in the scheduled transaction section.
> Where the original XML file had a ROOT account A, the XML file saved
> in step 2 had a ROOT account B, then A was a child of B. I noticed
> that the XML backend never sets the book's template root account, so I
> think what happens is that a template root is created (became B) which
> was never part of the original XML file.
> To me, this demonstrates that objects can be saved to and loaded from
> the sqlite db without being changed. I haven't figured out how to
> create an order to test whether it is saved and restored without
> There may, obviously, be bugs. What is the next step? Have more
> people try it out? Roll it into trunk?
Personally, I would like that. +1
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