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13 Feb 2003 Batch file that detects for connection problems
Batch file that only works on NT, 2000 or XP which hopes to identify simple connection problems
Quinn Wildman FAQ
5 Aug 2000 Troubleshooting and Recovering from Database Corruption
Diagnosing and Repairing Database Corruption
Borland Staff TI
24 Jul 2000 Installing and Configuring the TCP/IP Protocol on Windows95
How to install the TCP/IP protocol for Windows 95
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 Installing and Configuring TCP IP on Windows NT v4.0
The following instructions show how to install the TCP/IP protocol<BR> and get it up and running.
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 Undefined service gds_db/tcp
gds_db 3050/tcp entry missing in services file
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 INET/inet_erro:read error no=54
Errors with multiple remote clients accessing database.
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 General Information on error number 146
5 possible causes for error 146.
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 Loading InterBase on Win95 machine w/ clients connecting in Peer to Peer Network
TCP is the only option in an all windows95 environment.
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 Configuring TCP parameters on Windows NT
The timeout value for a lost connection is too long.
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 Winsock error codes and brief descriptions
error codes and their corresponding definitions
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 Configuring TCP parameters on Windows95/98
In some cases it is desired to configure the TCP settings on a system to create a better environment for connections in InterBase.
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 A possible solution for 'getservbyname failed, error code = 11004'
gds_db entry missing from services file.
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 What to check when you get GetHostbyName errors
Add the server to the hosts file.
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 UNC connect string fails against databases on NetWare
You cannot UNC to connect to a database
Borland Staff FAQ
24 Jul 2000 Connecting to the InterBase server displays the Dial-up Connection dialog
A couple different solutions to this problem
Borland Staff FAQ

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