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Startup of W3DBSMGR

Startup of W3DBSMGR

Startup of W3DBSMGR

(OP)
Hi
   I'm running Pervasive V8 as part of Maximizer 8.  Maximizer doc says to start up the workgroup engine by putting W3DBSMGR.EXE -SDRE in STARTUP.  However, I just ran the upgrade to V8.6 and it changed the startup to W3DBSMGR.EXE, without the -SDRE switch.
What are the valid switches and what do they mean?
Is it possible, or is there an advangage, to running it as a service instead, so I don't see the tray icon?

thanks,
Peter
pak@carouselpuppets.com

RE: Startup of W3DBSMGR

With Pervasive.SQL V8, the -SRDE is the correct switch, with 8.6, it seems that's the default so there's no need for the -SRDE.  
THe only advantage to running the Workgroup as a service is that you don't see the tray icon.

Mirtheil
Certified Pervasive Developer
Certified Pervasive Technician
Custom VB and Btrieve development.
http://www.mirtheil.com

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