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Overview
An application that uses the user groupware can be used with an HFSQL database in Client/Server mode.
In order for an application that uses the user groupware to operate in Client/Server mode, you must:
  • convert the existing application into Client/Server mode. For more details, see Client/Server.
  • configure the user groupware in order to use the data files found on the server. These operations are presented in this help page.
How to?

Automatic mode

To convert the data files of user groupware into Client/Server mode:
  1. On the "Project" tab, in the "Project" group, click "User groupware".
  2. Enable the user groupware.
  3. In the "Files" tab, select "HFSQL Client/Server".
  4. Select "Click here to enter the server parameters". Specify:
    • the name of the server used.
    • the port number used.
    • the user name used for the database.
    • the associated password.
    • the database name.
    • the directories of data files.
  5. If the data files specific to the user groupware exist, copy these data files onto the server.

Manual mode

To convert the data files of user groupware into Client/Server mode:
  1. On the "Project" tab, in the "Project" group, click "User groupware".
  2. In the "General" tab, select "Manual start (through programming)".
    The user groupware must not use the "Automatic start" mode in your application.
  3. Select the different options of the user groupware and validate the window.
  4. In the initialization code of the project, use gpwOpenConnection to describe the connection to the HFSQL Client/Server database.
  5. If the data files specific to the user groupware exist, copy these data files onto the server.
  6. Use gpwOpen to specify the positioning of data files. The specified directory must be relative to the server directory.
Minimum version required
  • Version 18
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