Each user needs their own private CONFIG.FP, FOXUSER.DBF and FOXUSER.FPT files.
Here is a sample file structure for a two user setup:
C:\IVYROUTE\USER1 C:\IVYROUTE\USER1\CONFIG.FP C:\IVYROUTE\USER1\FOXUSER.DBF C:\IVYROUTE\USER1\FOXUSER.FPT C:\IVYROUTE\USER2 C:\IVYROUTE\USER2\CONFIG.FP C:\IVYROUTE\USER2\FOXUSER.DBF C:\IVYROUTE\USER2\FOXUSER.FPTEach CONFIG.FP file contains the following:
RESOURCE=d:\IVYROUTE\USER99\FOXUSER EMS64=ON EXCLUSIVE = OFF MVCOUNT = 768 MVARSIZ = 30RESOURCE= Line Description:
d is the drive that Ivy Route is located...from this workstations perspective...usually C for the main system and I for the workstations.
99 is the number identifying the user number ie: USER1 or USER2
When starting Ivy Route you need to use the FOXR.EXE file instead of directly starting with the IVYROUTE.EXE file.
Here are some sample lines:
User 1: C:\IVYROUTE\FOXR.EXE +X IVYROUTE -CC:\IVYROUTE\USER1\CONFIG.FP User 2: I:\IVYROUTE\FOXR.EXE +X IVYROUTE -CI:\IVYROUTE\USER2\CONFIG.FPIvy Route requires more file handles than Windows gives DOS applications by default.
In order to adjust this you need to:
Windows 95/98: Change/Add the FILES=100 in the C:\CONFIG.SYS file
Windows Me: see the Microsoft Knowledge Base Arcticle # Q269030 - http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;q269030
Windows 2000/XP: Change/Add the FILES=100 in the C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CONFIG.nt file
Below are some screen dumps from a Windows XP shortcut:
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