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Xmldoom::doc::UsingTorque Perl module contains a how to about making Torque generator to work with your database.xml. Because the format used in the database definition (commonly named database.xml) is the same as Apache Torque, we can use their tools to automatically generate database.xml from the database, or automatically create the database from a database.xml. Basically, the Torque Generator is a set of Ant scripts that call into the Torque engine. So, you need to install Ant as well. SETTING UP THE TORQUE GENERATOR First, you must download the Torque Generator from their project page: http://db.apache.org/torque/download.html Make sure you are downloading the Generator (the page is a little confusing). Youll see that there is a table there with versions going down the Y-axis and product names going across the X-axis. If the page hasnt since this writing, you want the top-cell over to the right one. Once youve got it: 1. Extract the archive somewhere. Youll end up with directory named like torque-gen-3.2. Go there. 2. Edit a file named build.properties. Most of the setting dont matter for us, so you can skip down to the section labeled "DATABASE SETTINGS" (with a space between each letter). Configuring this section should be pretty self explanitory if you have ever used JDBC in Java before. In case you havent you can check out the explanation at the end of this document named "BUILD PROPERTIES". 3. You need to find and copy the JDBC drivers for your database into the lib/ directory. More on this in the "BUILD PROPERTIES" section. Now you are ready to give it a go. ANT TARGETS To generate an XML schema from your database, run: ant -f build-torque.xml jdbc Most likely you wont want to use the generated file directly, because it lacks foreign-keys and any of the groovy Xmldoom special features. But it does provide a quick spring-board to allow to copy-paste and modify to get started quickly. To create your database based on the XML description, run: # to initially create the databas ant -f build-torque.xml create-db # will drop and re-create all tables in the database ant -f build-torque.xml insert-sql.

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