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Compatibility Issues

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Where Are the Tools?
Other Windows Changes
aliases.conf Is No More
Embedded Connections
Initializing the Security Database
Legacy Authentication
Upgrading a v.2.x Security Database
Local Connections to Superserver on Windows
Configuration Parameters
System Tables are Now Read-only
SQL Language Changes
Reserved Words
Trace Configuration Syntax
Unexpected GDSCODE Errors
Remote Client Recognition

In this section are features and modifications that might affect the way you have installed and used Firebird in earlier releases.

Where Are the Tools?

On Windows, you will find all of the executable programs, including the command-line and shell tools, in the Firebird installation (root) folder. In previous versions they were in a folder beneath the root folder, named ..\bin.

On POSIX platforms, you will find the tools and other executable programs in similar locations to those used for earlier versions. Exactly where depends on the distribution you are using.

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