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How do I Create an InterB DB in C++B6.0

How do I Create an InterB DB in C++B6.0

How do I Create an InterB DB in C++B6.0

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Using C++ Builder TIBDatabase component...we set the user_name and password , and new database base file name...but the IB Local server says our user_name and PWd are unknown to the server. We use SYSDBA and masterkey...can anyone share some C++ code that works to create an Interbase Database "in code"...thanks.

RE: How do I Create an InterB DB in C++B6.0

Has anyone changed the log-in details for the Database ?

I would first try connect using the IBConsole program that comes with Interbase to try connect first.

If its compplaining about the log in details  then I assume the code you are using is ok, but the details are wrong. Unfortunately I only have an old version of C++ Builder (which does not have Interbase components installed) so I cant post you any code - sorry.

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