My Progress and My Thanks
Lurking as I do, I’ve been watching your journey (lately and for many years) and hoping the things all come together. This list is amazing because of the people. It’s great to see you back and going for it. Congratulations on your progress, keep learning every day.
Speaking from experience, when things are darkest, there’s always a light somewhere so long as we open our eyes and look around. You’ve had the courage to keep persevering, that’s probably the most important thing of all. Then the courage to say Help. Well done.
> On 2 Feb 2018, at 7:44 am, Andrew Stolarz <email@example.com> wrote:
> Das, Awesome!
> This “mini learning module” you created sounds like it would be an
> excellent item to share on Github (search list archive on how to do this)
> to help jumpstart others into SQL or new users coming to Omnis.
>> On Thu, Feb 1, 2018 at 3:33 PM, Das Goravani <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Well I can brag that I’ve got:
>> A working window with
>> My own sequence numbering system working with record locking
>> It’s a customer entry window with search field and list and entry fields
>> and buttons
>> That searches a few fields with one SQL statement
>> The buttons and fields are enabled/disabled appropriately to what’s going
>> Edit mode is in record lock mode
>> My own code for setting up my tables and indexes
>> My own code for creating a session pool at the outset
>> Logged into a Postgres server on my Mac
>> All in all I have gotten my feet wet and have put on my boots and laced
>> them up.
>> With the completion of this window I’ve covered the basics in terms of all
>> the normal aspects of entering, editing, deleting and finding data
>> It makes use of a tab pane with 2 panes, one for Details, one for Search
>> I feel accomplished because this window is a blueprint for the windows to
>> Yes it is my super class for future windows
>> I studied and followed examples in the books and in code samples and it’s
>> pretty slick, not clumsy
>> I really labored over the automatic sequencing and you all helped me but
>> I’m used to doing it myself from the old days, and realize that with each
>> backend there may be differences in that area so to avoid non-standardness
>> as much as possible I figured doing it with a table and code was more
>> portable , would run on any database
>> I want to thank you all for being there for me because you really have
>> been. Some of you have labored to type long explanations to me about
>> complex things, off list and on. Omnis Software Co. benefits greatly by
>> the existence of this list which stands on par with the documentation in
>> terms of leading people on the path of Omnis. You are kind, you are not
>> abusive or judgmental. I have benefitted for free from your graciousness
>> and I am grateful for it.
>> A few weeks ago I didn’t know boo about SQL, was rusty on notation, was
>> frightened, reticent. Now I feel able, informed and ready to develop.
>> It’s really a good feeling to have conquered the basics of SQL including,
>> now I know this is easy to you, but it’s NOT to a beginner:
>> *Finding out about SQLite verse Postgres verse others..learning
>> differences and similarities, finding that Postgres has a server for the
>> lone Mac, getting that thing and successfully logging onto it, creating
>> tables and indexes, coding, finding that you CAN do it, finding that SQL is
>> friendly and powerful and not that hard, finding Omnis tricks from samples
>> and from you. Feeling in the end like you’re a mini startup master of SQL.
>> It’s empowering to be able to manage and do SQL. It really feels very
>> empowering. To know that this is the standard used by large enterprises of
>> many flavors and colors from accounting to theatre management and every
>> damn thing you can think of… to enter that world and have some luck, some
>> progress, is very empowering.
>> Thank you for your help, your time and goodness to use both for others,
>> Das Goravani
>> Omnis and SQL Rock Loudly and with a firm beat I’m happy to feel. We take
>> it for granted but today, I did the search part, and it went so fast,
>> because of Omnis. I mean dragging over a tab pane that has working panes,
>> that you can assign everything to as you need it, sample code coming with
>> the product to guide you, the whole thing Rocks. For those of you for whom
>> “It Rocks” doesn’t ring a bell correctly, substitute whatever joyous
>> expression is familiar.
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