|Subject||Re: [Firebird-Java] Sad IB5.6 JayBird story|
> I have a desperat question for you all.. I´m stuck with InterbaseRelease notes speak about the IB 6.x and 7.x. IB 5.x might be a different
> 5.6 but I really want to switch from using Interclient to JayBird. I
> saw in the release notes that this would be possible but I´m so far
> unsuccessful to do so.
> I have a working Interbase 5.6 client installation. GDS32.dll andMost likely it happens because the jaybird.dll was compiled with library
> Jaybird.dll reside in the system32 catalog (Windows 2000).
> I´m getting the following error:
> "FirebirdApiBinding::Initialize - Could not find or load the
> I have traced this to the platform.cpp native code for jaybird
> (LoadLibrary) but now I am stuck!
> Is this even possible?
from Firebird 1.5, which is most likely not compatible with gds32.dll from
IB 5.6. You have to check the API, maybe it would be enough to recompile
jaybird.dll using the libraries from the IB 5.6 distribution. Though, if the
APIs are not compatible, you should analyse whether it is possible to modify
the JNI handler...
If you get IB 5.6 to run with JayBird, please share your version with Paul
Beach (one of the Firebird Admins), he might be interested in this.