Subject RE: [firebird-support] Re: Firebird on Windows
Author Alan McDonald
> >> And how do I send a "full commit" ???
> The only way to "FORCE" Windows to refresh immeditely is to
> disconnect "ALL"
> users from Firebird, so Firebird "closes" the connection to the database
> (Closes the database.fdb file), and that refreshes everything.
> Because Firebird is a Multiuser database (many users connects to the
> Firebird Service, and then the Service opens the .fdb file) then
> you have no
> many chances to force refreshing.
> Cheers,
> Fabian,.

what!!! I think you're talking at cross purposes here. You can of course get
"full commit" which in this context of a transaction commit (as opposed to a
transaction commitretaining) This is not the same thing as fdb file
remaining open and then closing when all users log of the database. no no
no. You need all users to log off the database to get other users to see
metadata changes but not data changes.