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  • how to Add firebird as Backend database

    Hi,
    to first : Mirth is very good tool.
    I added the jdbc driver for firebird and the connection in a channel works fine. Now will add firebird as backgound database. So i added the folder and property files like the mysql or postgres driver, bat i can not see firebird in the listbox from the servermanager. Please help!

    regards andreas

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    Re:how to Add firebird as Backend database

    There are XML files for each DB driver in conf/<drivername> that define what queries to use for a given operation. You may need to add those or clone one from another JDBC based DB.

    Out of curiosity, why did you choose the Firebird database?
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    • #3
      Re:how to Add firebird as Backend database

      i tested it, bat new item in the listbox (Server start manager)is not created.

      why firebird ? firebird is installed and used for other applications. why 2.database?

      regards

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      • #4
        Re:how to Add firebird as Backend database

        In order to add the new database-type in the listbox you should change some source code.

        The fast solution is adapting the XML to the firebird SQL dialect, and ignore the server manager. You can change the database type, ports ... etc by editing the mirth.properties file.

        Hope that helps

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        • #5
          Re:how to Add firebird as Backend database

          ok,thanks. i will try it

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