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Tony Hoyle wrote: > David Somers wrote: >> I haven't a clue either. I'm not sure if you saw my message on the main >> list buried amongst the spam, but it looks like a vtable symbol isn't >> being included in the .so. I committed a change today to LibraryAccess so >> you can > > Should be fixed now. The missing class wasn't even in the makefile... Arrggghhh... so that's why! Meanwhile, it's not correctly getting the version :-( $ cvs ver Client: Concurrent Versions System (CVSNT) 2.5.04 (Zen) Build 2400 (client) Server: audit_trigger error: Audit database is version 1, expected version 2.Audit trigger initialiasation failed: cvs server: Pre-command check failed BUT: # psql -U cvsnt cvsnt -c "SELECT * from caslon.schemaversion" version --------- 2 (1 row) 13:23:43: S -> Connecting to postgres 13:23:43: S -> Select Version From SchemaVersion audit_trigger error: Audit database is version 1, expected version 2.13:23:43: S -> LoadTrigger(email.la) 13:23:43: S -> Call pre-loaded 'audit.la' Ummm... its not applying the AuditDatabasePrefix (which in my case is "caslon."? From looking at the code it looks like it should do, unless g_pDb->parseTableName is broken? -- David Somers