On 7/24/06, Erik Ferencz <ErikFerencz(at)seznam(dot)cz> wrote:
> I have got a problem with connection to my Postgres DB.
> I have Win2003 server with Postgres 8.1.4 instalation.
> Let's call this server server2003
> I wrote an application in C#.This application is connecting to my Postgre
> DB on server2003.
> When I start this application on my local computer,everithing is fine,it
> connect to DB.(the .exe file is stored on local computer)
> When I start this application on server2003 computer,everithing is fine,it
> connect to DB.(the .exe file is stored on server2003 computer)
> But,when I store this application on server2003 and trying to run this
> application from my local computer (via File Shareing(SMB)) I can't connect
> to PostgreDB.
> I heve temporally stoped firewall,but it does not helped.
> Could anyone help me please. I will be gratful.
Sounds more like a network or application configuration issue than a
What error message are you getting when it fails to connect? Did you add
any debugging to the application? What does your connection string look
like in each of the 3 above situations?
Aranya Software Technologies, Inc.
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