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Access IB from ISAPI under NT

Posted on 1998-01-04
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I have some ISAPI scripts in wich I need to access an Ineterbase databas.
That workes fine under 95, but 95 sucks so bad that I can't trust it as a server,
so my scripts will be running on an NT4 server in stead, the only problem is that the script doesn't get access to the database, but all the user programs work fine when accessing it.

I'll give grade A for a full explaination of the problem and a working solution.

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The problem is caused by NT memory protection-scheme, so the Local Protocol doesn't work, however the other protocols work fine, I use TCP/IP to connect to my own machine (IP 127.0.0.1) that works fine even in ISAPI scripts under NT
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