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hi I'm new

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Can u please help me. I'm new in programming. And studying interbase. BUt I couldn't create a local interbase table. When I write a user name and pass it says "Your user name and password are not defined. Ask your database administrator to set up an InterBase login" What sould I do? if u mind please :)

RE: hi I'm new

The first thing to do is to read the InterBase documentation that comes with the product and then try out the examples. I suggest you start with the Operations Guide and look at the section 'IBConsole: The InterBase Interface'. That should take care of the basics such as logging in, creating a database and creating a table.

I guess the first things you need to check are that:
a) the InterBase Guardian and InterBase Server services are running and
b) that you can connect to the local server by using the standard user name/password combination SYSDBA/masterkey

good luck


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