|Subject||Re: [firebird-support] C/C++ Programming with Firebird|
> > Looks like I need to ask for more information. I am trying to write anThanks.
> > application that can use an embedded version of Firebird or become a
> > client of Firebird when necessary.
> > I find it interesting that a Firebird installation on Linux put
> > everything under the ownership of a firebird user. What should I do if I
> > wanted to write an application that could be able to create a local
> > instance of a firebird database or a network capable instance?
> Just change the connection string. For embedded version use direct path
> to the database
> For network, add a hostname or IP address:
>I cannot use firebird/include/ibase.h and link against firebird/lib/*.so?
> To setup Firebird embedded on Linux read here:
I am using qt4 and I have built it against firebird's libraries...do I
still need ibpp?