|Subject||Re: [firebird-support] Cannot open database file in local hard disk|
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Eduardo, in my case what happened was that the path variable
of the windows operating system was not updated to the
folder where I had firebird and on the other hand, depending
on the client, I should put gds32.dll in that folder and / or
fbclient.dll too to make sure that any software
could access them.
Hola Eduardo, en mi caso lo que pasaba es que la variable path del sistema operativo windows no estaba actualizada a la carpeta donde yo ten?a firebird y por otro lado, dependiendo del cliente, deb?a poner gds32.dll en esa carpeta y/o fbclient.dll tambi?n para asegurarme que cualquier software pudiera accederlos.
I use Firebird 2.1 and in some computers I cannot open a database file which is in the local hard disk.
For example, let's suppose I have the database C:\Test\MYDATABASE.FDB and I try to open it with IB_SQL (from IBObjects).
If I use C:\Test\MYDATABASE.FDB I get "unavailable database".
If I use SERVERNAME:C:\Test\MYDATABASE.FDB I get "unavailable database".
If I use \\SERVERNAME\C:\Test\MYDATABASE.FDB I get "unavailable database".
If I modify firebird.conf creating the alias MYDATABASE=C:\Test\MYDATABASE.FDB, then using MYDATABASE I can open the database.
In almost every computer with any Windows version (XP, 7, 10, 2003, 2008, 2012, 2016) I can open the database using every one of the four methods, but in some computers the first three methods return "unavailable database" and I can open the database only using an alias. Now I am having the problem in a computer with Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard with Service Pack 1, but I remember having this problem in other computers from time to time.
Any ideas of which may be the reason? ... and the solution?
Thanks in advance. Regards
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