Can somebody tell me how to detect the ads server (7.1) through an
application(our exe file), it shows that ADS is started in the SERVICES but
our test application does not recognises it ?? why ???
ADS 7.1 for Win Xp-Professional on a standalone PC
and there is a network card configured for
(network properties are as follows)
Client for Microsoft network
TCP/IP (with IP address mentioned)
The movement we connect the LAN/Patch Cable to this PC it works fine i.e. it
gets connected to , I am unable to understand the problem !!
Is there any setting to be done in ADS.INI or
what is the solution for Using the ADS_71 on SINGLE PC with Windows
Xp-Professional as OS
please contact me on email@example.com
From: "Vijay Kamat" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Win Xp-Professional (one PC) & ADS 7.1
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Firstly, are you using IP address to connect to the database e.g. :-
If so, then the traffic may have to go to the LAN and back again. If this
is what you are doing, use the 127.0.0.1 loopback address instead.
Alternatively, you might be using a drive share rather than a local drive in
your connection path.
Just a couple of ideas.