Subject Re: [ib-support] database problem
Author Orlando Jimenez

I register the database (using IBConsole) in file a put the file name that
you told me that I have to do (servername:drive:\path\databasename.gdb) when
I do that I got the following message:

The file name that you specified contain a server name
some operations may not work correctly

and when I connect to the database, and try to see my tables (that I define
in the server) I got the following error:

Unable to retrive a list of tables.
Dynamic SQL Error
SQL error code = -901
feature is not supported

and I got that message from any operations that I try with the database(I
can't see the list of my tables).

What Can I do?
thanks for the help.

>At 01:00 AM 06-06-02 +0000, you wrote:
>>Hi to all,
>>I define a database in my IB Server, but when I connect to the server
>>(TCPIP) using IBClient(IBConsole) I can't see my database(the one >that I
>>define in the server), and I check the server and the database is >there,
>>but in the client I can't see anything.
>>What can I do?
>>(both server and client are running in win2000 pro)

>Connect to the database - connection string:
>Where Servername is the host name pointing to the IP address of the >server
>(in the client's HOSTS file), serverdisk:\ is the **server-local**
>designator (C:, D:, etc.) for a hard drive that is physically attached >to
>the server machine and path\path\MyDatabase.gdb is the server-local >path
>to the database file.

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