I'm new to WebIssues, and am having problems installing the WebIssues server (0.8.3) on IIS (Windows Server 2003) and PostgreSQL 8.3.5 on a separate Debian box.
I started by setting up the virtual directory for WebIssues, setting permissions, etc., as in the instructions, creating the database and creating the config file.
I assumed that the install routine would create the DB tables. However, when I invoked the server, it told me that the tables hadn't been created. No problem, says I, I'll do it myself....so I found the schema-pgsql.sql file and ran it against the database. It came back with errors arising from the sets of curly brackets, so I removed these and ran it again without problems.
Now I get the following error: "ERROR: Current database version () is older than the server." I can't make sense of this, as the database version is the latest one.
The only thing I can guess at is that maybe I broke something when removing the curly brackets from the SQL file....is some sort of preprocessing or substitution supposed to take place there?
Many thanks in advance,