|Date:||Thu, 08 Apr 2021 23:40:39 +0200
I prefer "local" approach.
In startup script of my app I check for important settings in BDE.
I just check (not set) and compare with INI settings.
If something is off, I tell user to call support and abort app.
I've seen some Delphi apps setup to f**k up BDE settings.
Also some setups for apps, that use Postgres or some other SQL, can change
So with local cfg file, just that one machine stops working, other users
It is easier to find problem and solve it.
On Wed, 07 Apr 2021 15:19:50 +0200, Steven Green <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> same thing Jure said.. you can have multiple files, but they MUST point
> to the net file and shared data EXACTLY the same way.. unless there's a
> particular reason for multiple files, one file avoids the potential for
> a conflicting change on a separate file, and it's easier to maintain one
> file than multiple files