'bout Revolution and FireBird]
Júlio César Ködel
kodel at terra.com.br
Fri Oct 3 11:28:01 EDT 2003
I get it!
The database name CONTAINS the hostname =\
This works with 2 ODBC drivers that I get... Only in the second driver there
was a minimal tip of achieving this... People are a little lazy 'bout
Thanx for the help of all of you, now I can start to program with Revolution
(and fill this list with doubts, he he he)...
For those who want to use FireBird and have the same problem o'mine:
Use any ODBC driver for FB (I recommend IBOLEDB, which is easier to install
and faster to connect), then, when creating a DSN, put the hostname before
HOSTNAME:PATH\DATABASE.GDB or FDB
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bernard Devlin" <revolution at knowledgeworks.plus.com>
To: <use-revolution at lists.runrev.com>
Sent: Thursday, October 02, 2003 11:18 AM
Subject: Re: 'bout Revolution and FireBird]
> In ODBC with DSN, I can't declare host, thus, only local databases can be
> used =(
> I have connected Windows clients to remote Firebird databases via ODBC.
> Can you provide me with
> - the server name where your remote Firebird db is located
> - the port being used (if other than that used with the default Firebird
> - the path to the database on the server.
> Which ODBC driver are you using? Can you send me a screenshot of what you
> are seeing?
> Please send me this off-list to revolution at knowledgeworks.plus.com -- I
> will post my response back to the list for you and any other interested
> use-revolution mailing list
> use-revolution at lists.runrev.com
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