Matt Sheehan

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Recent posts by Matt Sheehan

Thanks Stan, your comments do make sense but I'm not really doing different things in the method. The reason I'm interested in the class name is that I need to display the data graphically, and I want it to be grouped by class.
19 years ago
Thanks for your reply Sandeep, but the class I have will have its methods called upon by several different classes and I need to keep some of the data seperate. I guess I can just have the method take a Class as a parameter, but I thought there might be a built-in way to get it.
19 years ago
Is there a way to tell (within the method) which class invoked the method without passing it as a parameter? Thanks.
19 years ago
Thanks, Mike. That makes sense.
Is it necessary to read the schema upon execution of the DB? Some of this info already needs to be hard-coded into the client GUI, doesn't it? So is this info ok to be hardcoded for all purposes?
Thanks Mike and Phil.
Can anyone tell me if I have this right?

default mode(no flag): Client runs expecting to connect via network.

"server" flag: Server runs expecting connections via network only.

"standalone" flag: Client and server both run in non-networked mode.
Thanks for your reply.
So does that mean that no two servers will read/write the file at the same instant, or that two servers won't run at the same time with a reference to the same file? I guess what I'm asking is can a server get information from the db file and then assume it will be the same until that server changes it.
I am just getting started on this and was wondering: is the db file expected to be used by multiple servers simultaneously? That probably wouldn't make any sense, but I just wanted to make sure.