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Native Btrieve 6.15 Running under Windows 2000

Native Btrieve 6.15 Running under Windows 2000

Native Btrieve 6.15 Running under Windows 2000

(OP)
Working with a 16-bit VB4 application using native drivers accessing Btrieve 6.15.  Need to get this app to run on a Windows 2000 server and network with 2000 clients.  Would appreciate any details from anyone who has attempted this, successful or not, on a 2000 network, without upgrading to Pervasive 2000i. Please include number of concurrent network users using your app in your response.

RE: Native Btrieve 6.15 Running under Windows 2000

The 16 bit version of the Btrieve may work in a Windows 2000 environment but it it's old and probably won't.
If you want to try it, you'll just need to map a drive from the client to the server. At that point, the Btrieve should should be able to access it.  Make sure your data is on the server so that all the clients can access it.  
If you've tried it already and can't get it to work, what errors are you getting?  

Mirtheil
mirtheil@mirtheil.com
Custom VB and Btrieve development.

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