Subject Re: [firebird-support] Tools for stand-alone databases
Author David Johnson
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On Sat, 2005-08-20 at 07:59 -0400, Ken & Deb Allen wrote:
> Support for stand-alone databases is extremely sparse, or perhaps
> I so not know where to look.
> 3. Is there any way to get some of the tools out there to work with
> stand-alone databases? I have downloaded a few, but they all seem to
> demand that I am running a Firebird server.
> 4. On the same note, can I install the Firebird server and have it
> communicate with my stand-alone database as well? Obviously I would
> not want the server and my service attempting to access the same
> database concurrently, but...
> 5. Are there any command line tools that I can use with the stand-
> alone database? Do I have to do anything special to install them?
> 6. I know that Firebird has a history from another product
> (Interbase?), but all of the constant cross-references get confusing
> real fast! When does one know that an IB feature/function also
> applies in FB and when FB differs from IB?