tony.whyman at mccallumwhyman.com
Fri Mar 15 18:01:30 CET 2019
My guess is that you are using Windows ;) If you are using Linux then
there is a problem with your distro's library manager.
I am sure that it is recommended practice by MS to install dependencies
in an application's folder. Otherwise there is a risk of stealth
upgrades/downgrades. For that reason, IBX always checks the application
folder first when looking for the Firebird DLL and only uses the
registry to locate it and other well known locations, if it can't find
it there. I would be surprised if Lazarus's SQL objects don't work that
way as well.
On 15/03/2019 16:31, Eurico JB Silva via lazarus wrote:
> After retiring, I met Lazarus and I really enjoyed this IDE, for
> several reasons. However, I realized that objects that access Database
> of different types (PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQLite, etc.), require an
> effort to make it work. So, like the vast majority, I downloaded
> *ZeosLib* and as a step of magic everything worked right away.
> So I decided to analyze the sources of *ZeosLib* to try to understand
> why, and it seems that the objects included in Lazarus require the
> libraries with their most precise configuration on the machine where
> the application is installed. *ZeosLib* allows the same libraries to
> be present in the same application installation folder. So I'd like to
> suggest that those objects that are already part of Lazarus may have
> the same behavior, so you do not need to download any other object to
> access the database.
> A hug to everyone.
> Eurico JB Silva
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