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C#  CONNECTION TO A REMOTE DATABASE

Posted on 2012-12-29
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Hi Guys,

I have a Firebird database on our Amazon windows server 2008.

I need to developing a C# client application which needs to communicate with the Firebird database on cloud.

A couple of questions:(This is my first project with C# working with a database)

1.      What are the methods which I can create a connection between the application and the remote database.  (TCP)

2.      How secure are these connection.

Many thanks
Navid
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by:NickUpson
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The recommended way to connect to a firebird database over the internet is to establish a VPN tunnel and then communicate through that.
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Roopesh Reddy earned 250 total points
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Hi,

Check this link - http://www.connectionstrings.com/firebird

Regarding security, it depends on the channel you are using! If you are using https, it will be more secure!

Hope it helps u...
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by:Manoj Patil
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Your connection string should be like this

connection.ConnectionString = "User ID=sysdba;Password=masterkey;" +
"Database=\\server\share\database.fdb;DataSource=10.48.14.51;Charset=NONE;";
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