Subject Re: [firebird-support] Is that possible to use embedded firebird database that stay in memory
Author Helen Borrie
At 02:32 AM 2/11/2003 +0000, you wrote:
>I have a question on Embedded Firebird database. Basically, we may
>create an embedded firebird database and create some table on it.
> >From the OS point of view, the database itself is a persistant file
>that sit in the operating system's file system.
>If we use the DBX engine to access the database, we specify the
>protocol/server name/path.

For connecting to Embedded, you use only the path.
>My question is "is that possible to read the database file to a
>memory stream, and use the dbx engine to access the database as

Accessing a database in a memory stream isn't "normal" for DBX. What do you
actually mean by "access the database as normal"?

>If it is not possible, is there any other alternative way that can
>achieve the same result?

What's the result you want?