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SQL Server & Interbase

SQL Server & Interbase

SQL Server & Interbase

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Hi All,

Are there any known issues running Interbase alongside SQL Server 2000 (on the same box)?

I need to do some testing with  an Interbase db, and will have to install Interbase on the same box as my SQL Server setup.

Cheers in advance.

Paul.

Paul Welding
Web Developer

RE: SQL Server & Interbase

No anything, really. Except that both database server processes can be pretty CPU intensive.

Martijn Tonies
InterBase Workbench - the developer tool for InterBase and Firebird
http://www.upscene.com

RE: SQL Server & Interbase

I've had and still have installations of SQL Server and Interbase on a number of development machines.
As yet I've seen no complications due to these running alongside one another.
I hope that this instills some confidence in you in this instance.  :)
Steve

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