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Topic: The server 64, the client 32 (and on the contrary) - whether it is admissible?

Actually - a subject.

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Re: The server 64, the client 32 (and on the contrary) - whether it is admissible?

Certainly

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Re: The server 64, the client 32 (and on the contrary) - whether it is admissible?

, did not specify: Firebird 2.5 and

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Re: The server 64, the client 32 (and on the contrary) - whether it is admissible?

Correct Vasja;
Yes . It is necessary to remember a mantra:
32 applications can load only 32 dll or drivers.
64 applications can load only 64 dll or drivers.
Digit capacity of the server and the client can be different. Because tcp protocol does not have "digit capacity".
It is possible to look at video piece still
https://youtu.be/LgAzaj4Qyro? t=311
It though and about InterBase, but here is not present a difference any.