|Subject||Re: [IB-Java] Re: Dying connections with interclient|
> > In this case you can consider InterServer as a part of InterBase.No, I am not sure about anything. Right now I installed InterServer on
> Are you quite sure about this? I just did a search for the
> string "localhost" in the 2.0 interserver and found nothing.
> It appears that Interserver is properly layered on the standard
> API, so other than possible problems of bitching about the
> format of the URL, double indirect is certainly feasible. Perhaps
> a small patch may be required to handle a node name on the
> database string.
a clean w2k machine and tried to run it. It did not start:
"The dynamic link library gds32.dll could not be found..."
that's exactly what I meant: It wants to have Interbase installed on the
Please, tell me, how I can install the 2 boxes system: 1 machine listen
almost everything (httpd:80,jsp:8080,interserver:3060,rmiregistry:1099) and
another one has only Interbase:3050 and database itself
> > One obvious disadvantage of this is that if we want to access the
> > using an untrusted applet we have to keep whole chainwhich is
> > (webserver:80, interserver:3060 interbase:3050) on the same machine
> > not
> > an excellent idea in term of security.
> No untrusted applet doing access to an Interbase database is
> secure or could be made secure in the next year or more. Put
> your database behind a fire wall.
> Jim Starkey
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