Object model is up and working, just need to do the form processing code now.
The model can be seen in the following diagram.
There is a short list of pending task to do on the site so it is ready for the meeting next friday…
- Fully implement the Student Trial and also try and get a fully working RCT done.
- Check how to backup/restore a SQL server DB.
- Write install script for Simon so he can run it on his laptop.
A new object model has been created and is now being used to build the trials. Since the models are new some work is required to get the site back up and working. This is progressing at a fairly good rate, and should be up and going ready for the test deployment with Simon on the 23 oct.
Microsoft SQL Server engine now works, to make it work I need to update the Django version from 1.0.3 to 1.1. I have had a tidy up off the mess I left trying to get the whole IIS and MS-SQL thing working. And have checked everything in. Now going to make the changes requests that have grew over time.
IIS is now go completely, the only thing holding it back is using Microsoft SQL Server. Currently it is still trying to use SQLite, which is a single access database engine, therefore more often than not requests fail with an error about DB access. Once the DB engine has been switched to MS-SQL this problem should be resolved.
Currently I, Justin, am working on this task now. So far, not much luck… it would appear all the eggs for such a thing depend upon using Django 1.1, whilst we are running Django 1.0.3. I am going to see if I can upgrade the django install to 1.1