|Subject||Re: [firebird-support] Classic and Servicec API in 2.1|
At 11:36 PM 18/04/2008, you wrote:
>Hi,The 2.1 release notes are merged with the v.2.0.x release notes and that statement was true in v.2.0. as well.
>First, congrats to the team for releasing 2.1!
>In release notes it is mentioned that
>"Porting of the Services API to Classic architecture is now complete.
>All Services API functions are now available on both Linux and Windows
>Classic servers, with no limitations."
>Does that mean that the API which (I use UIB components, not APIThe number returned represents the number of users attached to the *server process*. Classic has no server process until you attach to it and, when you do, you are the only user. So "1" is the correct answer for Classic.
>directly, thus I can't name the API function name off the top of my
>head) is used to return the number of currently connected users now
>also returns the correct number with classic? In previous versions it
>returned always 1 (current user), even when there is other users
>connected to the same database.