"Randolf Richardson <rr(at)8x(dot)ca>" wrote in pgsql.ports:
> "mha(at)sollentuna(dot)net ("Magnus Hagander")" wrote in pgsql.ports:
>>> When attempting to install PostgreSQL 8 for Windows (on
>>> Windows XP with Service Pack 2 and all updates as of today;
>>> 2005-Jan-04), I get the following error message (filename is
>>> Windows Installer
>>> [Yellow Triangle "!"]
>>> Error applying transforms. Verify that the
>>> specified transform paths are valid.
>>> I would like to experiment with this on Windows because
>>> I have some customers who would like to use it on Windows XP
>>> (and replace an existing database engine by SyBASE, MySQL, etc.).
>> You are aware that this is the japanese version, right? (Just checking
>> since you appear to be from a non-japanese address). If not, and this
>> is an OS that does not have japanese charactersets installed, that
>> could well be the reason.
>> If it's supposed to be the japanese version, I'll turn you over to
>> Hiroshi Saito who's done that port :-)
> Thank you for your immediate and helpful response...
> No, actually I wasn't aware that it was the Japanese version.
> I just chose the one with the most recent date and assumed that the "-ja"
> suffix indicated something to do with Java support (Japan's ISO country
> code is actually "JP" so I didn't even guess perhaps a "-japanese"
> suffix or an "00index.txt" file with descriptions could be helpful).
> I'm downloading "postgresql-8.0.0-rc2.zip" right now and will
> post an update here shortly.
Update: That's the correct file. Thanks!
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