|Subject||Re: [ib-support] W2k Lost Network|
>>No version. It was fixed in Firebird.OK, Peter, I'm watching you. <g>
>Thanks Helen. Are you watching, Woody? :>)
>> And IBObjects will reject a connection path with the backslash after theWhat demise? I haven't seen any slow down on the IBX list. At present, I
>> drive designator missing.
>Then I take it that this condition is what I have to avoid. And Woody, with
>the apparent demise of the IBX list, should we also be switching to ....?
plan to continue using IBX and help develop it further, if I can.
>>It happens to have one useful purpose of providing a tcp/ip clientMe too. I haven't found anything I can't do in local mode that I can do
>>connection to an ibserver running on the same machine without the risks
>>and limitations associated with making a physical local connection.
>Sorry Helen, don't hesitate to tell me to get lost. But now I know what the
>risks are, I'm intrigued by your reference to 'limitations'.
through IP. Except of course having multiple connections which might cause
the kinds of problems regarding IB thinking it's looking at different
databases for multiple connections.