Stacks on Servers

Jim Carwardine JimCarwardine at OwnYourFuture-net.com
Mon Dec 22 18:10:23 CST 2003


Without re-discussing that thread, it sounds like the best approach is to
have a Rev client front-ending a real database app (Oracle, etc.) on the
server.  Is that true?  Jim

on 12/22/03 7:47 PM, Alex Rice wrote:

> 
> On Dec 22, 2003, at 1:26 PM, Jim Carwardine wrote:
> 
>> Just a question that someone may be able to point me to the
>> literature.  I
>> would like to put a Rev stack on a server and allow multiple users
>> access to
>> it.  How is this done?   Jim
> 
> Jim, when this subject came up before it was the consensus that it
> requires you to write some kind of client-server setup, or somehow
> locking the stack file on the server during writes, so that multiple
> users would not overwrite each others changes.
> 
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