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Dale Faircloth

Member Since 04 Mar 2003
Offline Last Active Oct 04 2006 03:31 PM
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In Topic: Webclient Connection

09 February 2005 - 12:24 PM

Thanks Joseph the dns settings were wrong. :p

Dale

In Topic: Linux and Cisam

01 April 2004 - 08:25 AM

Hi,

Similar issue with one of my clients ..... reason C-ISAM libraries not supported on Red Hat Linux 9 and subsequent versions.

Need to use Red Hat Linux AS/ES 2.1.

Regards

Dale

In Topic: Socket Errors Over Broadband

12 September 2003 - 01:19 PM

Kelvin,

We too have experienced socket errors on our broadband VPN connections from our various satellite offices to our head office in Spain which hosts our PROIV server. The majority of socket errors have been experienced in our UK office where our broadband supplier is BT! We have 2 broadband connections from this office, the other connecting directly in to a 3rd party systems supplier. This connection too has caused us problems the issue being packet loss, which has caused the service to drop. After much discussion and rhetoric with the service provider they have finally admitted liability but the problem really lies with the BT connection they are using i.e. cabling or the switch.

I have an office at home with a VPN connection over NTL broadband and on a few occassions have also experienced socket errors from here. I suspect any blip, maybe even one requst timing out, will cause the PROIV client server connection to drop.

It would appear we are in the hands of the broadband suppliers! :rolleyes:

Not much help but hopefully some comfort.

Dale Faircloth
PROIV Solutions S.A.

In Topic: PHP Pro-IV

10 June 2003 - 09:00 AM

:rolleyes:

Yes we have and are making extensive use of this interface to drive our business. It's taken a fair amount of time and effort to setup but recognise there may be a marketplace for what we've built so we are in the process of bundling up the API as a MUCH cheaper alternative to Concerto. It doesn't have all the associated baggage of Concerto and for an organisation with some half decent web development and PHP skills it could prove a much more viable alternative.

Let me know where you would like to go with this.


:-" Apologies, I am a member but wasn't logged in when I replied, email address dale.faircloth@proiv-solutions.com

In Topic: A shared ProIV Server

06 March 2003 - 04:21 PM

We would potentially be prepared to supply, host and run the server having our own full ISP capability, however what about licensing the box, who would pay for the PROIV licenses? Also, in return, we would dearly like to get our hands on some PROIV training material.