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Problem with RAD Console output

 
pramodh somashekara
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Hi, We are a team of 4 people using RAD 6.0. All of us are connecting to the single server server1 which comes by default when we installed the software.

Now the problem is, if somebody is executing something on server, the output coming on console is seen by others as well. In the meantime if another guy executes something on server, first guy's output will be removed with new console output of the second person.

To resolve this issue, do we need to install multiple servers? If yes, how to do that because we donot see any option in admin console to create multiple servers.

Or if there is some other options, please let me know.

Pramodh
 
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You each have your own RAD installation, right? This means you each have your own local server and don't need to connect to the same one. While they are all named server1, connecting to localhost will connect to your local instance.

You can't have more than one server in a single RAD install though. It is a single license.
 
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>>>>Now the problem is, if somebody is executing something on server, the output coming on console is seen by others as well.

Can you tell us how your pc's are set up? Like, the application is running on an RAD server on a pc that everybody connects to? Connecting to it's network address like: 234.234.34.344/MYEAR/aa.jsp?

>>>>In the meantime if another guy executes something on server, first guy's output will be removed with new console output of the second person.

I dont see how this could happen, unless you actually are running in only 1 pc.

[ January 31, 2007: Message edited by: Jesus Angeles ]
[ January 31, 2007: Message edited by: Jesus Angeles ]
 
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