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Accessing in Single-user Mode


Mimer SQL applications that connect to a local database server when single-user access is indicated, will dynamically include a shared library when activated. This library holds all the functionality that normally is provided by the database server program.

Example

The following example session first connects to the INVENTORY database in single-user mode and then connects to the STAFF database, administered by a running database server process.

On UNIX:
 $ MIMER_DATABASE=INVENTORY
 $ MIMER_MODE=SINGLE
 $ export MIMER_DATABASE MIMER_MODE
 $ bsql
 SQL> .
 SQL> .
 SQL> exit;
 $ unset MIMER_MODE
 $ MIMER_DATABASE=STAFF
 $ export MIMER_DATABASE
 $ bsql
 SQL> .
 SQL> .
 SQL> exit;
On OpenVMS:
 $ DEFINE MIMER_DATABASE INVENTORY
 $ DEFINE MIMER_MODE SINGLE
 $ RUN MIMEXE:BSQL
 SQL> .
 SQL> .
 SQL> exit;
 $ DEASSIGN MIMER_MODE
 $ DEFINE MIMER_DATABASE STAFF
 $ RUN MIMEXE:BSQL
 SQL> .
 SQL> .
 SQL> exit;
On Windows:
 C:\> SET MIMER_DATABASE=INVENTORY
 C:\> SET MIMER_MODE=SINGLE
 C:\> BSQL
 SQL> .
 SQL> .
 SQL> exit;
 C:\> SET MIMER_MODE=
 C:\> SET MIMER_DATABASE=STAFF
 C:\> BSQL
 SQL> .
 SQL> .
 SQL> exit;

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