|Subject||Re: How to use an embedded Firebird database on a Network Drive|
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Alexandre Benson Smith
> whmahoney wrote:
> > I understand that having a firebird database on a network drive is not
> > advised when running as a client server. But I have an application
> > that uses a firebird database as an embedded database.
> > But I can't seem to access it if it is on a Windows shared drive (like
> > H: for example).
> > I have set the RemoteFileOpenAbility parameter = to 1 and uncommented
> > it out, but I always get Database Unavailable.
> > Is there something else I need to do?
> > Thanks
> > Hardee Mahoney
> > Washington, DC
> Must be a physical drive on the host computer.
> RemoteFileOpenAblity is for POSIX system only IIRC.
> see you !
> Alexandre Benson Smith
> THOR Software e Comercial Ltda
> Santo Andre - Sao Paulo - Brazil