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    Victor Olex
    @agilevic
    yes, in slashdb.ini you will specify where memcached is
    Seva Feldman
    @felka
    ok
    Victor Olex
    @agilevic
    which will be used for syncing the instances
    but for this kind of setup goes beyond initial PoC
    Seva Feldman
    @felka
    sure
    Victor Olex
    @agilevic
    @felka so what are you guys working on?
    and I am curious how did you come across slahsdb
    Seva Feldman
    @felka
    looked for DB API
    we are trying to avoid writing DB API in many languages and provide DB API as a service.
    so either write it by ourselves or use something ready
    Victor Olex
    @agilevic
    well the nice thing about /db is that as you database model adds new tables they become part of the API
    Seva Feldman
    @felka
    yep
    Victor Olex
    @agilevic
    the views can be also relfected into Data Discovery, if you configure the "alternat_keys" section
    essentially SlashDB needs to know what is the "primary key"
    for a view
    Seva Feldman
    @felka
    cool
    Victor Olex
    @agilevic
    In Oracle you can actually specify that in a view definition,
    then it's automatic like a real table
    Seva Feldman
    @felka
    we have simplier need
    Victor Olex
    @agilevic
    well, I think at some point it makes sense to have a meeting/demo
    you might have already been contacted about that by Patty or Andy - they are just doing their job
    Mike and I are here to make sure you get all the technical answers
    Victor Olex
    @agilevic
    @felka hey, how goes it?
    Victor Olex
    @agilevic
    @felka , what's next in your evaluation of SlashDB?
    Victor Olex
    @agilevic
    @felka did you forget about us? ;)
    David Steadman
    @steadyiam_twitter
    Has anyone connected SlashDB to a managed instance?
    I can connect using ODBC but SlashDB gives and error
    Couldn't load model xxxx due to OperationalError. (pyodbc.OperationalError) ('08001', u'[08001] [unixODBC][FreeTDS][SQL Server]Unable to connect to data source (0) (SQLDriverConnect)') (Background on this error at: http://sqlalche.me/e/e3q8)
    Victor Olex
    @agilevic
    hi
    @steadyiam_twitter
    let't me ping one of our techs
    by manage instance you mean Azure SQL?
    @mdobrzanski are you around?
    Michal Dobrzanski
    @mdobrzanski
    y
    Victor Olex
    @agilevic
    hi, @mdobrzanski - are you going to be around for a little while? @steadyiam_twitter has some problems connecting SlashDB to his database.
    @steadyiam_twitter are you there?
    Michal Dobrzanski
    @mdobrzanski
    I have some urgent issue to finish. I need an hour or 2 but I then can help.
    David Steadman
    @steadyiam_twitter
    @agilevic yes Azure Managed Instance
    Michal Dobrzanski
    @mdobrzanski
    @steadyiam_twitter the ODBC connection that you've tried, was it from SlashDB server?
    David Steadman
    @steadyiam_twitter
    yes
    I am updating the creds again
    Victor Olex
    @agilevic
    does the managed instance allow for connecting with username and password?
    David Steadman
    @steadyiam_twitter
    yes
    Victor Olex
    @agilevic
    ok
    David Steadman
    @steadyiam_twitter
    same error , so the error I think is the model
    Victor Olex
    @agilevic
    is slashdb instance in the same vnet?
    or is the route open
    for port 1433 (or whatever port your database listens on)
    David Steadman
    @steadyiam_twitter
    I think I need to understand were to pull the model