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Errors starting remote server

 
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hi all,
1.i like to start my remote server at the command line.can i just throw the errors at the command prompt ,ask the user what to do from here.
any advice , how should i do it.
2.I have developed a gui for my client to choose between local and remote connection.
is it ok to start up a client with gui and starting the server at the command line not with gui.can i get away with that
3.I intentionally corrupted my databasefile ,i got runtimeException at the client side,so i guess i just catch it and show a appropriate message for this error.
any advice be helpful
thanks
harcharan
[ October 02, 2002: Message edited by: harcharan kanwal ]
 
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1. I think a text-only interface for the server should be fine. I know Michael Morris created a full GUI for the server though.
2. I think so
3. See this thread for a discussion on doing an integrity test of the db.db file before reading all the way through it.
 
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thanks pete
 
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