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internals:windows:libs:firebird [2016/03/22 16:51]
mariuz Firebird moved to github , update links and instructions
internals:windows:libs:firebird [2018/01/23 10:17]
mariuz upgrade firebird version to 3.0.x
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 Client library need to be built against the Firebird's engine version running in the destination environment. Client library need to be built against the Firebird's engine version running in the destination environment.
-The best official stable release is Firebird 2.5.x 32-bit and 64-bit for Windows.+The best official stable release is Firebird 3.0.x 32-bit and 64-bit for Windows.
 Beware that your web application server may be running a different OS from database server. That means that you can have a web server trying to connect a firebird database server running on Linux or other Unixes. If this is the case you must deploy anyway the correct firebird's client library and install in system directory. Beware that your web application server may be running a different OS from database server. That means that you can have a web server trying to connect a firebird database server running on Linux or other Unixes. If this is the case you must deploy anyway the correct firebird's client library and install in system directory.
  
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 In the complete file list there are a lot of file, for many different scopes. In the complete file list there are a lot of file, for many different scopes.
 **Don't select** this types of files: **Don't select** this types of files:
-  * with extenxsion .zip+  * with extension .zip
   * containing the string "pdb" in the name   * containing the string "pdb" in the name
   * containing the string "embed" in the name   * containing the string "embed" in the name
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 If the database server is installed in the same machine of development, needed libraries and include files are allready installed in proper directories. If the database server is installed in the same machine of development, needed libraries and include files are allready installed in proper directories.
  
-If the database server is installed in another machine, the you need to install development files and firebird's client libraries from sourceforge repository.+If the database server is installed in another machine, then you need to install development files and firebird's client libraries from sourceforge repository.
  
 ==== Firebird engine not yet installed, or development only environment ==== ==== Firebird engine not yet installed, or development only environment ====
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   - Install the Visual Studio 20xx  and the required Windows SDK described in these steps [[internals:windows:stepbystepbuild|Windows Build, step by step]] and build your own php   - Install the Visual Studio 20xx  and the required Windows SDK described in these steps [[internals:windows:stepbystepbuild|Windows Build, step by step]] and build your own php
-  - Download Firebird 2.5.x Final source code [[http://www.firebirdsql.org/en/firebird-2-5 | Firebird-2.5.4.26856-0.tar.bz2 ]]. Open it and extract it with [[http://7zip.org | 7zip]] somewhere in C:\Firebird2.5_src+  - Download Firebird 2.5.x Final source code [[http://www.firebirdsql.org/en/firebird-2-5 | Firebird-2.5.5.26952-0.tar.bz2 ]]. Open it and extract it with [[http://7zip.org | 7zip]] somewhere in C:\Firebird2.5_src
        
 Read how to build Firebird with Visual Studio 20xx https://github.com/FirebirdSQL/firebird/blob/master/doc/README.build.msvc.html Read how to build Firebird with Visual Studio 20xx https://github.com/FirebirdSQL/firebird/blob/master/doc/README.build.msvc.html
internals/windows/libs/firebird.txt · Last modified: 2018/01/23 10:17 by mariuz