Omnis Studio and Mac Sur
O$ 10 does not come with its own libpq binaries, since Big Sur does not have them either anymore, you must add them yourself eg:
Take the following binaries from www.enterprisedb.com/download-postgresql-binaries 10.14, copy from pgsql/lib
into Contents/Frameworks, then in Terminal
create using ln -s the following aliases pointing to libpq.5.X: libpq.5.dylib, libpq.dylib
# change the dependency in ssl
install_name_tool -change @loader_path/../lib/libcrypto.1.1.dylib @rpath/libcrypto.1.1.dylib libssl.1.1.dylib
# change the dependency in libpq
install_name_tool -change @loader_path/../lib/libssl.1.1.dylib @rpath/libssl.1.1.dylib libpq.dylib
install_name_tool -change @loader_path/../lib/libcrypto.1.1.dylib @rpath/libcrypto.1.1.dylib libpq.dylib
If you have access to ODPP Beta, you can download an archive with these files from my ST/BE/1750
has anybody tried using Omnis on one of the beta versions of Mac Sur (version 11)
Connecting to the omnis datafile or ODB crashes omnis when using Omnis Studio 10.1 25120
Connecting to the omnis datafile or ODB works when using Omnis Studio 10.1 27575
I cannot get a connection to postgres to work.
Using postgresql-10.14-1-osx.dmg, I was able to load the psql command line tools; and, I was able to get a successful connection to postgres (version 10..)
Using postgresql-10.14-1-osx.dmg, I was also able to load pgadmin; and, I was able to get successful connections to my servers
I cannot get Omnis Studio 10.1 27575 to make a connection to postgresfrom my lib. The trace log indicates the following…
dlopen(/volumnes//Applications/Omnis Studio10.1 27575.app/contents/MacOS/libpq.dylib,2): image not found
Any help would be appreciated.
Terence J. Young, DC
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