Subject Re: Firebird Ver 1.5 + Events + Firewall/Router. Questions
Author jarrod_petz
--- In, Helen Borrie <helebor@...> wrote:
> I guess it boils down to whether a programmer/deployer has all the
> ducks lined up in the network layer and has verified that his
> callback routine actually works. The server can detect the presence
> of the callback routine but it's external to the engine so it doesn't
> have any way to know whether a callback call worked properly or
> crashed or corrupted memory or whatever. On the client side, if the
> client is registering events that are going nowhere, I suppose it
> won't be long before memory violations occur...
> It's precisely because this whole area is grossly under-documented
> that I want to pool all the available knowledge and write something
> that actually gives a blow-by-blow description of which things to
> configure, and how, for the various environments.
> ./heLen

I might try steering clear of events then as the environments our
application is deployed in I wouldn't exactly call controlled
environments. Adam is probably right in that problems will arise if
the networks port forwarding or software firewalls change the network