Subject Re: [firebird-support] Connecting to Firebird database from two or more pc with same username
Author Ann Harrison
On Thu, Apr 14, 2016 at 3:17 AM, Luigi Siciliano luigisic@... [firebird-support] <> wrote:

   If a user try to connect from two or more PC with same username,
Firebird accepts the connection but is safe without problems or is best
to avoid like the pest?

Firebird keeps track of activity in terms of connections and transactions, which are created dynamically and
are unique to a connection or transaction.  User login information is used only for granting (or denying) access 
for security purposes.  What this means is that you're not going to corrupt the database or interfere with other 
connections' work if everybody uses the same login criteria.  The problem comes when you actually want to 
grant (or deny) access to some people and not to others.  In that case, you should have different user names 
for different users, or create classes of user with a single user name and s single set of privileges.

Good luck,