|Subject||RE: RE: what should i think of when creating a shared server with firebird?|
i will wait for the V3 then.
until then i just finish my web system with firebird 2.5
firebird is really the most fun and stable engine to work with.
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That's one of the correct answers i needed.
than i understand why no one do this.
i will wait until it's possible with only one installation works.
also thanks to marcus! i have searched and searched. so it seems like today it will be an issue when it comes to control applets.
but, as Ann tells, the biggest issue i see will be only one firebird installation on the server that is not possible today.
thanks for good answers to both.
Viggo---In firstname.lastname@example.org, <aharrison@...> wrote:On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 2:54 PM, <g80rock@...> wrote:
it's time we start creating servers for firebird. i thinking of shared servers, like they do on mysql on almost all shared server around the world. i am thinking of selling shared server accounts with firebird.what do i have to think of and what do i need to be successful?You may be thinking of a different model than I am, but the shared security database has been a road-block in the past. You'll need a complete separate Firebird installation for each client until V3 becomes available.Or maybe you're planning something different.Cheers,Ann