|Subject||Re: Classic Server leaves "ghosts" connections behind|
|Author||Eduardo A. Salgado|
--- In email@example.com, "Adam" <s3057043@y...> wrote:
> I will speak about the system I am used to, I understand CitrixThat is what I was hoping for.
> operates in a similar manner. In the case of the session being ended
> by terminal services, it shuts down all the processes owned by that
> user. This will include your client application, but I think your
> Firebird process will belong to the Firebird user (you will need to
> check that). When your application is closed, it will free its
> database connection, which will either commit or rollback any active
> transaction and close the connection. CS will then do whatever it does
> when it gets told to close the connection. (which I am sure involves
> killing the process at some point in time).