|Subject||Re: [IBO] Two databases in same project|
> I kind of thought this was the ib support group.There tends to be some overlap and so we do occassionally end up
talking about IB/FB specific issues.
But not everyone is wise enough to use IBO :-) So when a problem may
be specific to Interbase/Firebird you generally have a better chance
of getting appropriate responses from the ib_support list.
> I will say that I have had no problem with the delay whenI only said that the it *may* be the problem. I have some quite
> using BDE. I guess there are some things the BDE does better then
complex databases and the startup delays can be noticable, however has
Jason pointed out; you can discover if this is the case by using the
SQL monitor component.
I dont so much consider that it is something that "the BDE does
better". Rather it is the cost of enabling the various IBO features
that the BDE cannot offer.
> All I did was the quick conversion from BDE to IBObjects withThere will always be instances where the "generic" is not completely
> greplace as was recommended in the guide.
appropriate to every project. Thats why we developers have work :-)
> It's possible there is some quirk with my home computer. I've alwaysI've had that problem. My current system ran slow and hot for over 12
> suspected there was something not quite right about it. Thanks.
months until one of the CPU fans died and I had to replace it. Only
then I discovered the original heatsinks had been attached without
conducting paste. I replaced all the heatsinks and everything was