Using the Local Inter Base Server
The Local InterBase Server (LIBS) is a version of the Borland InterBase server that runs on Windows 3.1. It provides all of the features of a SQL server for local, single-user operation. For more information on the Local Interbase Server, see the Local InterBase Server User's Guide. The Local Interbase Server can be used in primarily two ways for client/server development:
- As a local environment for developing a client/server application, regardless of the server to be used.
- As an intermediate step in upsizing, between the desktop and server, providing a local SQL engine for development of SQL-specific features. For more information on upsizing, see "Upsizing" on page 140.
- As a local database engine for deployment of standalone desktop SQL applications.
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