Subject Storing data in a master DB acquired from remote DBs
Author Tony Masefield
Assuming that one has one or more PC's running embedded servers used
as more or less simple data loggers. How could one consolidate the
data from each desktop PC on a centralised server?
The `theory' is to make each PC independent (in case the server or LAN
goes down and also having some form of `distributed' computing) whilst
still having `live' data in a `master DB' on the server.
I think I read somewhere that the DB for an FB Server must be local to
the server so that precludes using the server to download data into
the second, server based, DB from the PC based DB - assuming that the
PC DB would allow joint access by both an embedded server and
a `standard' FB server in the first instance.

Suggestions appreciated!