|Subject||Re: [firebird-support] Using a Mapped FB Database for Application|
>I tried changing the .ini file to the following using your suggestions. For
> >Is there a way to connect to this remote database ?
> Yes, use either TCP/IP (recommended) or WNET (not so great, but at
> least it's supported.)
> Both require the node name of the host machine in the network, that
> is, the host name that corresponds to the IP address of that machine.
> Suppose you have the Firebird server running on a host named "myhost"
> and the database is located on that machine in
> c:\CasalaV32\myDB.fdb. Then, your connection strings are as follows:
> for TCP/IP: myhost:c:\CasalaV32\myDB.fdb
> For WNET: \\myhost\c:\CasalaV32\myDB.fdb
> In aliases.conf, you could have
> latrobe = c:\CasalaV32\myDB.fdb
> Then, for TCP/IP, you can substitute the alias into the connection path:
some reason, the Applicatoin does not give an error, and does not actually
show up on the screen, however, I can see the process in Taskmanager...
I believe I don't actually know how to check the 'host name' of this REMOTE
pc. Pinging it from a command line gave me IP: 220.127.116.11
using this instead of pc340xp, does the same as above ( creates a process
without an interface ).
What am I missing ?
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