Subject Re: IBO CGI does not work on client machine
Jason, it looks like the problem is related to my lack of experience
with Interbase. I guess I was trying to treat the .gdb file like an
access .mdb file with no consideration to the clients IB server.
Specifically I was using a userid in the IB_Connection that was not
in his server.

BTW your IBO is a commendable piece of work. I only have serveral
hours experience with it (converting an app from ODBCexpress) but
that was more than enough time for me to gain an appreciation for it.

Thanks, Jay

--- In IBObjects@y..., "Jason Wharton" <jwharton@i...> wrote:
> It sounds to me like you have done things correctly. I don't know
what more
> to suggest. Is there anything else you can say about this?
> Jason Wharton
> CPS - Mesa AZ
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <toffy_beans@y...>
> To: <IBObjects@y...>
> Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2001 4:10 PM
> Subject: [IBO] IBO CGI does not work on client machine
> > I am a freelance middle tier programmer. I normally write
> > using Delphi/ODBC express. I have a client that uses Interbase and
> > IBObjects. They want CGI as oppossed to ISAP. I normally do
Access or
> > Oracle. I got Web CGI working with INTERSOLVE ODBC driver (I'm
> > NT 4.0 SP5, they are using 2000 Pro) but they had problems. I
> > IBObjects this morning and converted the app to IBO. It works
fine on
> > my machine. I sent the client the app. He puts it in his
> > Inetpub/scripts directory and put the GDB file on his C: root
> > I hardcoded the path property of the IB_Connection) directory and
> > trys to run it. When he does, he gets a dialog box from an
> > unidentified source asking for a user name and password.
> >
> > User name and password are hard coded in the IB_Connection, prompt
> > property is set to no. I'm using IB 5.5, he is using IB 5.6.
> > know what is going on here. It's a long drive to his place. Any
> > would be apprieciated.
> >
> > Jay