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25 Jun 2002 Multi-threaded applicattion exception
Multi-threaded applications need one connection per thread.
Ben Matterson FAQ
24 Jul 2000 Creating a database via the InterBase API.
Steps for Creating a Database via InterBase API
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 How to return count of deleted records
Short example using API to get count of deleted records
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 An example of how to use isc_dsql_execute_immediate
C Example for isc_dsql_execute_immediate InterBase API function
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 Linking Errors when using InterBase API with C++Builder 3
The C++Builder incremental linker prepends an underscore to the InterBase API functions. The gds32.dll does not export these functions with an underscore, thus the Unresolved external error message.
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 API example of deleting a record
Copy and paste the following source into a source file.
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 Can I have ODBC and IB API code in the same application?
Yes, you can use both ODBC and native API in the same app.
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 How do I set up the database cache?
4 different ways to set the cache
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 How do I create an Embedded C application to GRANT on a database
GPRE example
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 Parsing results from isc_database_info() to obtain a list of connected users
Format returned to the buffer
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 Where to find an example of two-phase commit?
Api13.c in the InterBase Examples directory is a program that performs a multi-database transaction with a two-phase commit.
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 How to get a list of users connected to a database
Use the InterBase API function: isc_database_info
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 Linking to the Shared Library in v3.3
3 possibilities to not seeing the shared library.
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 How to access the query plan without running the query
Call isc_dsql_sql_info() or use IB_WISQL
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 What purpose does the word proto serve in the function prototype?
PROTO is a macro defined by InterBase to make function headers compatible on the platform the user is running.
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 Can I access the InterBase API without using C?
The API can be accessed from any API
Borland Staff FAQ
21 Jul 1999 Using the InterBase Services Manager
How to use the new InterBase Service API to perform tasks such as database backup and restore, displaying connected users and databases, and retrieving database statistics.
Mark Duquette White Paper

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