kieran at acquia.com
Fri Nov 6 15:39:59 UTC 2009
Jeff, yes this this the wrong place to discuss. The right place to
discuss this is: http://drupal.org/hosting-support
I maintain the list of hosting companies that support Drupal:
http://drupal.org/hosting. Hostmonster is not on the list, but I am
sure they would like to be. We can discuss off-list about why they
should be more clear about what they support.
In the meantime, you should contact the author of Ubercart Views and
ask that the dependencies or a new requirements section on the project
page include mention of the need to support database views (not Drupal
On Thu, Nov 5, 2009 at 10:51 PM, Jeff Greenberg <jeff at ayendesigns.com> wrote:
> I figure others like me use shared hosting for their test and/or development
> servers. Thought you'd like to know that what I found out midstream in a
> project, with Views tossing errors at me with the Ubercart views.
> HostMonster doesn't support mysql views. I asked why they feel they support
> Drupal, and they said that they do, just not views. I said that's like
> saying they support it, just not php. Their response was, "Actually its like
> saying we support a Car being in our garage.. thats not saying the Doors on
> the car will open"
> So if you need a garage for your Drupal sites...there ya go...just don't
> plan on doing any meaningful views and e-commerce.
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