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Thread: Error in TCPIP connection to Firebird


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Darko Lenz

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Error in TCPIP connection to Firebird  
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  Posted: Aug 27, 2015 1:45 AM
I tried to connect to Firebird using FireDAC explorer using TCIP on localhost, but unsuccessful. I've got an error:

FireDAC Error
The application performed an incorrect operation with the database.

Message text: unsupported on-disk structure for file D:\Firebird_2_5\examples\empbuild\EMPLOYEE.FDB; found 32779.16, support <Missing arg #4 - possibly status vector overflow>.<Missing arg #5 - possibly status vector overflow>
Error code: 335544379
Error kind: Other
Server object:
Command text offset:
Command text:
Command parameters:

Exception class name: EIBNativeException
FireDAC error code: 1400
FireDAC object name: $02538DB0: TFDManager.TFDConnection($032DA510)

But, when I connect locally to database file (Protocol: local) , everything works fine. I've checked all parameters, firewall and can't find a solution.
Any ideas?
quinn wildman

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Re: Error in TCPIP connection to Firebird  
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  Posted: Aug 27, 2015 10:58 AM   in response to: Darko Lenz in response to: Darko Lenz
The only explanation I can find is when you connect local and remote you
cannot to a different physical file. Your error is a FireBird error.
FireBird is just dutifully reporting the error back. I would suggest
that FireBird tools would return the same error and you should contact
them for further guidance.

Darko Lenz wrote:
I tried to connect to Firebird using FireDAC explorer using TCIP on localhost, but unsuccessful. I've got an error:

FireDAC Error
The application performed an incorrect operation with the database.

Message text: unsupported on-disk structure for file D:\Firebird_2_5\examples\empbuild\EMPLOYEE.FDB; found 32779.16, support <Missing arg #4 - possibly status vector overflow>.<Missing arg #5 - possibly status vector overflow>
Error code: 335544379
Error kind: Other
Server object:
Command text offset:

Command text:
Command parameters:

Exception class name: EIBNativeException
FireDAC error code: 1400
FireDAC object name: $02538DB0: TFDManager.TFDConnection($032DA510)

But, when I connect locally to database file (Protocol: local) , everything works fine. I've checked all parameters, firewall and can't find a solution.
Any ideas?
Jan Kadlecek

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Re: Error in TCPIP connection to Firebird  
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  Posted: Sep 10, 2015 11:11 AM   in response to: Darko Lenz in response to: Darko Lenz
Probably Interbase server is/was running instead of Firebird - stop interbase server services or deinstall Interbase server (probably installed automatically together with Delphi installation)
and make database backup/restore with Firebird server.

Regards
Jan

Darko Lenz wrote:
I tried to connect to Firebird using FireDAC explorer using TCIP on localhost, but unsuccessful. I've got an error:

FireDAC Error
The application performed an incorrect operation with the database.

Message text: unsupported on-disk structure for file D:\Firebird_2_5\examples\empbuild\EMPLOYEE.FDB; found 32779.16, support <Missing arg #4 - possibly status vector overflow>.<Missing arg #5 - possibly status vector overflow>
Error code: 335544379
Error kind: Other
Server object:
Command text offset:
Command text:
Command parameters:

Exception class name: EIBNativeException
FireDAC error code: 1400
FireDAC object name: $02538DB0: TFDManager.TFDConnection($032DA510)

But, when I connect locally to database file (Protocol: local) , everything works fine. I've checked all parameters, firewall and can't find a solution.
Any ideas?

Edited by: Jan Kadlecek on Sep 10, 2015 11:12 AM

Edited by: Jan Kadlecek on Sep 10, 2015 11:13 AM
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