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  • Sean Dooley 273 posts 490 karma points
    Apr 12, 2011 @ 17:47
    Sean Dooley
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    Does Tea Commerce support MySql?

    Just recently installed Tea Commerce in a MySql database, but the following error appears

    Keyword not supported: 'datalayer'

    So I was wondering, does Tea Commerce support MySql?

  • Rune Grønkjær 1310 posts 2904 karma points
    Apr 12, 2011 @ 17:56
    Rune Grønkjær
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    Hi Sean,

    No, Tea Commerce does not support MySQL. It supports only MS sql database.

    Sorry about that

    /Rune

  • Rune Grønkjær 1310 posts 2904 karma points
    Apr 12, 2011 @ 17:58
    Rune Grønkjær
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    Btw Didn't even know Umbraco ran on MySQL :)

    Well you learn something every day.

  • Sean Dooley 273 posts 490 karma points
    Apr 12, 2011 @ 18:03
    Sean Dooley
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    Thanks for the response Rune.

    Do you know if Tea Commerce is planning on supporting MySQL in the future?

  • Rune Grønkjær 1310 posts 2904 karma points
    Apr 12, 2011 @ 18:05
    Rune Grønkjær
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    No, we're not planning on that. So sorry again. Umbraco is married to MS, and so are we :)

    Hope you find a solution

    /Rune

  • Gordon Saxby 1354 posts 1615 karma points
    Apr 12, 2011 @ 18:07
    Gordon Saxby
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    Ah, that's good to know (not good though!) :-(

    Yes, Umbraco (not sure since which version) runs on MySQL - I have built a few sites using MySQL and it works very well!

     

  • Gordon Saxby 1354 posts 1615 karma points
    Apr 12, 2011 @ 18:10
    Gordon Saxby
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    @Rune - "Umbraco is married to MS" ... ? It used to be only MSSQL but not any more. I understood that Tea Commerce was a "low cost" eCommerce option, if so it needs to support MySQL (in my opinion!!).

     

  • Sean Dooley 273 posts 490 karma points
    Apr 12, 2011 @ 18:19
    Sean Dooley
    1

    Thanks Rune. I am currently looking at Umbraco e-commerce solutions, and Tea Commerce is a very good option. All of our Umbraco sites run off a MySQL database, so unfortunately, we cannot use Tea Commerce with our current setup.

  • Rune Grønkjær 1310 posts 2904 karma points
    Apr 12, 2011 @ 18:45
    Rune Grønkjær
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    That's unfortunate. We are planning a new version of Tea Commerce for Umbraco 5. Maybe that will be different, but I cannot promise you anything.

    @Gordon Thanks for the info. I will talk to Anders Burla about it tomorrow.

    /Rune

  • Zac 39 posts 61 karma points
    May 20, 2011 @ 19:47
    Zac
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    I would also like to see mysql and postgres support. If you moved your data access from 'linq to sql' to the entity framework I believe you would automatically get support for other databases. This would also help get support for sql compact edition (v4), as umbraco now supports that and it is another great option for a cheap ecommerce site.

  • Rune Grønkjær 1310 posts 2904 karma points
    May 20, 2011 @ 19:57
    Rune Grønkjær
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    Hi Zac,

    That sounds doable. We will look at it. Have to get the economy working for us as well. But if it means more customers, it might be worth it.

    /Rune

  • Matt Taylor 860 posts 2053 karma points
    Jun 24, 2011 @ 14:48
    Matt Taylor
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    As far as low cost solutions go, I think Umbraco has such a small database footprint that free SQL Express should handle most peoples needs.

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    Jul 27, 2011 @ 18:52

    Hi guys,

    I also run all my umbraco sites on mySQl for a few years and i am (was) interested in using teacommerce. Would be great if you guys would support it.

  • Gordon Saxby 1354 posts 1615 karma points
    Dec 08, 2011 @ 18:10
    Gordon Saxby
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    Is this still the case - that Tea Commerce does not work with MySQL?

     

  • Anders Burla Johansen 2560 posts 8256 karma points
    Dec 08, 2011 @ 23:26
    Anders Burla Johansen
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    Hi Gordon

    Its still true - we will implement it in Tea Commerce 2 for umbraco 5 along with SqlCE, Azure, MSSQL and also MySql if Umbraco 5 supports that :)

    Kind regards
    Anders

  • Markus Johansson 1745 posts 5099 karma points c-trib
    Feb 02, 2012 @ 06:59
    Markus Johansson
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    @Anders. Are you uisng Hive to store your POCO-objects or putting data somewhere else?

  • Anders Burla Johansen 2560 posts 8256 karma points
    Feb 02, 2012 @ 08:10
    Anders Burla Johansen
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    Hi Markus

    We have not started the actual development of Tea Commerce 2.0 yet - but we will use the umbraco API as much as possible - so yes I think we will use Hive and save our data in the umbraco node DB table.

    Kind regards
    Anders

  • Markus Johansson 1745 posts 5099 karma points c-trib
    Feb 02, 2012 @ 08:22
    Markus Johansson
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    Sweet!

    Looks like Alex and the V5-team is working on some kind of higher lever API for Hive than the one currently used in V5 backoffice. Thanks for the replay!

  • Anders Burla Johansen 2560 posts 8256 karma points
    Feb 02, 2012 @ 08:31
    Anders Burla Johansen
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    Indeed - and we want to use that - so we will wait for them to mature the platform and make life easier for us before we start :)

  • Markus Johansson 1745 posts 5099 karma points c-trib
    Feb 02, 2012 @ 08:48
    Markus Johansson
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    Yeah. Niels posted in the Swedish user group about this that we should give V5 a try and provide feedback. Which I'm doing, but havet got serius with the back office development, as i said I know that Alex and the other guys has a plan for the new API so I think its best to wait for that before getting to involved with creating advanced backoffice stuff.

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