Subject Re: [Firebird-Java] Re: about the deadlock problem
Author Marczisovszky Daniel
>> I will do so, but not today, I'm really tired. Why I posted it here,
>> because Roman asked me to check how the Delphi components work.

r> I just finished installing IB on Linux, so tomorrow I will test it.

I've tested it only with Superserver, with the release and with the
latest path (release sometime about the end of March)

r> You asked if I "speak" Delphi. Probably yes :) I was not using
r> Delphi/Pascal for 3 years,  but I think the code we're talking about
r> is not too complex. But since we know that the reason in in TPB, I
r> will keep trying Java. :)

The only reason why I asked it is if you need any Delphi code. I will
create a bit sophisticated test in Delphi so you will be able to test
it as well. If there is anything that you want to test independently
from Java, I will create it for you in Delphi.

The important is what I wrote last time, Delphi components use those
TPB-s I described.

r> BTW, InterServer has many interesting things inside that are worth
r> checking, like usage of isc_tpb_autocommit. I was not able to find
r> any doc on this value.

I've also found that, but as far as I know FB has no autocommit. Am I

>> Fine, also I will write a short description. What I wanted to ask in
>> my previous mail is using isc_tpb_write, isc_tpb_concurrency and
>> isc_tpb_wait is correct in theory or not?

r> API Reference claims this is a default one, when you do not pass any
r> TPB at all (a null value).

What happens if you don't specify these, so leave the default and
pass a null only as TPB?

r> So, let's continue tomorrow.

OK, good night,