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I have a path to a interbase database, is there a way to determine if somebody is connected to the database?
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by:CrazyOne
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Well here is the way I do it.

var
 iFileHndl: Integer;

begin

iFileHndl := FileOpen('ThePath\File', fmShareExclusive or fmOpenReadWrite);
if iFileHndl < 1 then
     ShowMessage('File is already opened');

end;


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ITugay earned 100 total points
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Hi koger,

TIBDatabaseInfo component.


TIBDatabaseInfo.UserNames
Returns the names of all users currently attached to the database.

property UserNames: TStringList;

Description

Use UserNames to return the names of all users currently attached to the database.

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