On the server computer:
1.Install Firebird SQL server (use default settings, don't change anything, just click Next buttons). Make sure that no firewall or other SW blocks Firebird server on ports 3050 and 3051.
2.Copy or restore database file CL1D.fdb to chosen folder, e.g. C:\ABC\CL1D.fdb.
|To obtain CL1D.fdb, install CutLogic 1D on one of the station computers, then you will find CL1D.fdb on station at:|
|on Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\TMachines\CL1D\CL1D.fdb|
|on Windows 7: C:\ProgramData\TMachines\CL1D\CL1D.fdb|
3.In Firebird folder, open file aliases.conf and add to it line:
|TMachines.CL1D = C:\ABC\CL1D.fdb|
|on Linux e.g.|
|TMachines.CL1D = /opt/databases/CL1D.fdb|
|Make sure you have full write access right and file aliases.conf was really modified.|
4.In Firebird folder, open file firebird.conf and add to it line:
|RemoteAuxPort = 3051|
|Make sure you have full write access right and file firebird.conf was really modified.|
5.Write down computer name. It can be either computer name (e.g. JOECOMP), or IP address (e.g. 192.0.2.25). Further we will refer to it as to ServerName.
6.Restart Firebird SQL server.
On each station computer:
1.Install CutLogic 1D
2.Run CutLogic 1D, go to "Tools > Database > Server", and enter ServerName.
1.Choose one station computer (any) and run CutLogic 1D, log in under username "SYSDBA" and password "masterkey".
2.Go to "Tools > Database > Users" and define users - their user names and passwords.
It is recommended to change SYSDBA's password from publicly known "masterkey" to your own one. To do it, run CutLogic 1D, log in under username "SYSDBA" and password "masterkey", and go to "Tools > Database > Users".