If you provide a script I can work through any specific issues
--- David Costa <geeks(at)dotgeek(dot)org> wrote:
> > Here is an updated query. The URL had slipped my mind as one I
> > build the URLs from knows practices on GBorg and the body is
> > the full story. You'll note as well in the query below that I added
> > for getting the submitter of the news item.
> > SELECT headline AS title,
> > 'http://gborg.postgresql.org/project/'||project_name||'/news/
> > newsfull.php?news_id='||news_id
> > AS link, -- the fully built url to the news item
> > body, -- the full news text you may want to abbreviate
> > member_name AS author, -- member name on gborg of author
> > submit_date -- date not datetime :(
> > FROM project_news, project, member
> > WHERE (project_news.project_id=project.project_id)
> > AND (project_news.member_id=member.member_id)
> > AND (project_news.active=true)
> > AND (project_news.on_homepage=true)
> > ORDER BY submit_date DESC
> > LIMIT 10;
> Okay. I will need a sample db table table if you want me to test it.
> Else I don't physically have where to run the query :D
> Or perhaps I do the script, leave it on my webspace and let you/Marc
> Dave to try this out. That would work for me, I don't really need any
> further access. Without the db I can
> still do the script ready to run but I cannot test if the query
> what we would expect or not.
> Thanks again for your support,
> David Costa
> > Chris Ryan
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