Subject RE: [firebird-support] test.fdb is not a valid database
Author Yusuf Celik
Thanks Helen,
That works.



[] On Behalf Of Helen Borrie
Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2007 12:53 PM
Subject: RE: [firebird-support] test.fdb is not a valid database

Try this:

in aliases.conf:

mydb = c:\dbfolder\test.fdb

Connecting remotely to your database:


Of course, it has to be the case that the network recognises
'machinename' as a TCP/IP node. On Windows, the server's node name
(for Windows networking - see the property sheet under My Computer)
will get properly associated automatically if TCP/IP is running.

If the host name that you want to use is NOT the network node name of
the host machine, you can still make it happen by making an entry in
the hosts file (located in c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\ on XP),
as long as you make sure that the associated IP address is the one
that your machine is using to signal its presence to the rest of the


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