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Thread Having trouble connecting to ElevateDB database
Sat, Oct 1 2016 9:30 PMPermanent Link

TD

Advanced Data Systems, Inc.

Attached are screen captures of the database config screen.  How would I know what to set these to?  If I press the "Test Connection" button it aska for username and password; I have no idea what these are.

Thanks,
TD



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Sun, Oct 2 2016 1:57 AMPermanent Link

Raul

Globestar Systems

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On 10/1/2016 9:30 PM, TD wrote:
> Attached are screen captures of the database config screen.  How would I know what to set these to?  If I press the "Test Connection" button it aska for username and password; I have no idea what these are.

EWB is a front-end development tool and assumes you handle the back end
and know connect params, login info, etc.

For EDB and DBISAM the manuals are all online as these are Elevate Soft
products also.

For local EDB session you generally need to set config path, character
set and login info : default login info is here
(http://www.elevatesoft.com/manual?action=viewtopic&id=edb2&product=rscppwin32&version=10B&topic=Connecting_Sessions)
but of course depending your config this might have been changed.


Raul

Sun, Oct 2 2016 7:35 PMPermanent Link

TD

Advanced Data Systems, Inc.

Raul wrote:

On 10/1/2016 9:30 PM, TD wrote:
> Attached are screen captures of the database config screen.  How would I know what to set these to?  If I press the "Test Connection" button it aska for username and password; I have no idea what these are.

EWB is a front-end development tool and assumes you handle the back end
and know connect params, login info, etc.

For EDB and DBISAM the manuals are all online as these are Elevate Soft
products also.

For local EDB session you generally need to set config path, character
set and login info : default login info is here
(http://www.elevatesoft.com/manual?action=viewtopic&id=edb2&product=rscppwin32&version=10B&topic=Connecting_Sessions)
but of course depending your config this might have been changed.


Raul

Thank you Raul, that did it
TD
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