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IB6, win2000 apache

IB6, win2000 apache

IB6, win2000 apache

Has anyone here had any success using these 3 software in combination?  i am trying to set up a win2000 pro machine as my web server.  I have installed IB6 on two 2000 machines so far and receive a "unavailable database" error message on both when trying to access my application.

My current web server has NT4, apache 1.3 and IB5.5 with no problems.  My new web-server-to-be is running Apache2, IB6.

RE: IB6, win2000 apache

Do you get a message box with title "DAX error and the message unavailable database?

Check if your server is running!!

Steven van Els

RE: IB6, win2000 apache

no message box, this is shown in the browser.  Yes my server is running, turned out to be an Interbase install issue.... after another 3 installs its running fine.  Thanks for spending the time to answer tho...  

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