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Can’t format message nn:mmm — message text not found

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/12/20

Lovely: people that perform incomplete Firebird deployments…

This means the firebird.msg file on the client is either not found or is a different version than the server.

Source: [WayBackCan’t format message nn:mmm — message text not found

–jeroen

PS: from [WayBack] Lovely: people that perform incomplete Firebird deployments… This means the firebird.msg file on the client is either not found or is a different versio… – Jeroen Wiert Pluimers – Google+:

I think it’s possible to have the process set the firebird environment variable to point to a folder where all needed client files are. Think it’s only the message file for “pure clients”.

So from the same process that loads the firebird client library (dll) i do this at startup in the client app that my users run. This should be “local” to the process that executes it (but i’m not 100% sure about that) it needs to be tested.

SetEnvironmentVariable(PChar(‘FIREBIRD’), PChar(ExtractFileDir(Application.ExeName)));

Now i can put the .msg file toghether with the client library and the process exe in my installation scripts.

 

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