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Deactivating Server Catalogue
Shervon
2007-06-13 21:48:24.0
Is It Possible for u to give the DBA module with the option for us to activate or deativate the Server Catalogue. OR ELSE can u give us a new driver .jar with that option disabled "if there is a requirement".
Re:Deactivating Server Catalogue
HXTT Support
2007-06-13 22:03:08.0
>activate or deativate the Server Catalogue
Do you mean to let DBF visit only some direcotory? You can do it through using different jdbc urls as service.
Re:Re:Deactivating Server Catalogue
Shervon
2007-06-13 22:31:14.0
No I mean by using the Server Catalogue option some one can directly build a connection and run a query and update a table. I donot need that to happen all updating must be through Programs. That is what i need.
Re:Re:Re:Deactivating Server Catalogue
HXTT Support
2007-06-13 22:35:32.0
Without correct jdbc ulr with user/password, DBA module can't build connection to update table.
Re:Re:Re:Re:Deactivating Server Catalogue
Shervon
2007-06-13 22:59:42.0
OKK Never mind. When starting the server we assign a port (EX : 8040) and creating a connection as a part of url we give another port (Ex : 8888) are both of them deamon ports. and without creating a conection through DBA module can anyone directly access a dbf using port 8040 first one.
Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Deactivating Server Catalogue
Shervon
2007-06-13 23:01:57.0
Creating multiple connections using different ports 8888 8881 by DBA will it reduce the traffic and enhance the performance rather than triggering to the same port
Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Deactivating Server Catalogue
Shervon
2007-06-13 23:29:34.0
About the Server Catalogue Issue(CI), Since we are a bank we must very thorough about the security and integrity giving CI option will allow the dba to change a balance of an account, but it will not be loged any where. I can't take that risk. all you have to do is remove that image button from the GUI. I think it is possible :)
Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Deactivating Server Catalogue
HXTT Support
2007-06-14 01:14:46.0
>When starting the server we assign a port (EX : 8040)
Control port
>creating a connection as a part of url we give another port (Ex : 8888)
Connection port

>can anyone directly access a dbf using port 8040 first one.
Common users will using 8888 port, and won't visit 8040 first.

>Creating multiple connections using different ports 8888 8881 by DBA will it
> reduce the traffic and enhance the performance rather than triggering to the same
> port
It can reduce the traffic if your network is slow.

>but it will not be loged any where.
You can use log file, then all sql operations will be writtten into .

>all you have to do is remove that image button from the GUI.
We can. But if a common user know the correct jdbc url with correct user/password, it can login with the untrimmed package. You can encrypt the jdbc url in your program, then decrypted it in memory at runtime. HXTT DBF won't release that url information at connection handshake.





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