Subject Re: Connecting to Firebird via TCP/IP
Author evenduin
The language has support for dynamic libraries, but not in the free
Version. You have to pay for it.

But if the server is litening at a port (3050) ,it is expecting data,
so somewhere there must be a documentation which and what type of
data is expected at the port.

Or am i totally wrong?


--- In ib-support@y..., "Dimitry Sibiryakov" <SD@t...> wrote:
> On 25 Jul 2002 at 11:04, evenduin wrote:
> >If i want to connect to Firebird with a non standard Language
> >supporting TCP/IP for Connectionsas well as Ports.
> That's hard. And I can't belive that there is a language without
> support of dynamic libraries.
> >What is the procedure for the connection ( Connection-String,
> >informations etc. )?
> >
> >Can't find anything in the docs!
> Internal protocols aren't documented. Everything that you can do
> look into sources of gds32.dll.
> >Any help or ideas are appreciated!
> Forget about direct connection and use the standard way - call
> functions from gds32.dll (
> SY, Dimitry Sibiryakov.