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connecting to interbase database using delphi xe

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I've installed the Delphi XE on my machine. including the ib 2009 developer edition.
I am trying to run the datasnap on the machine.

The datasnap use the example databases which include in the package of delphi.
I am able to access the database using the IBConsole. But when trying to access that using the Delphi it raises the following:

Borland.Data.TDBXError: DBX error: driver could not be properly initialized. Client library may be missing, not installed properly, of the wrong version, or the driver may be missing from the system path.

I made sure that the dbxint.dll and gds32.dll are in the path. But could not make it connect to the IB using Delphi.

How can I fix that?
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There is a thread on edn similar to your issue:
https://forums.embarcadero.com/thread.jspa?threadID=42673
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