[development] hostmonster

Kyle Mathews mathews.kyle at gmail.com
Fri Nov 6 15:42:10 UTC 2009

Also, I used HostMonster very successfully for about a year for a
Drupal Ubercart site -- so it sounds like you guys just had a

--Kyle Mathews


On Fri, Nov 6, 2009 at 12:49 AM, Michael Prasuhn <mike at mikeyp.net> wrote:
> The Views module does not make use of MySQL views. As far as the database is
> concerned* all Views module does is build queries and run them just like any
> other query in Drupal. If the errors are SQL related you should take a look
> at the SQL views is generating and review that against your schema. I would
> wager that you most likely have a database schema that is out of date, and
> you need to run update.php. If the errors are PHP related, it is probably an
> incompatible version of PHP itself.
> -Mike
> * I know that Views does so much more and then some, however all the RDBMS
> will see is just another select query.
> __________________
> Michael Prasuhn
> mike at mikeyp.net
> http://mikeyp.net
> On Nov 5, 2009, at 10:51 PM, Jeff Greenberg 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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