If you are using a manual installation on Linux, you will need to install the Firebird php extension. See below for how to do this.
1 - Log into your Linux terminal and type this line below according to your operating system to install the Firebird driver.
2 - Check that the Firebird driver is enabled in your Scriptcase diagnostics. Here is how to locate your diagnostics and verify that the driver is enabled.
1 - Access any project from your Scriptcase.
2 - Click on the New connection icon to create a connection.
or go to the Database > New Connection menu.
After that a new page will appear with all the database connections.
3 - Select the Firebird connection.
Enter the parameters for connecting to your Firebird database as follows:
Connection Name: Set the name of your new connection. By default, Scriptcase adds the prefix conn along with the database name.
DBMS Driver: Select the Firebird Driver used to connect. In this example we use the Firebird Driver.
Database Name: Enter the database created for use by the entered user.
Username: Enter the user to authenticate the connection to your Firebird database.
Password: Enter the password to complete the authentication process.
By accessing this tab, you can configure which items from the Database will be displayed in the connection, depending on the owner or not.
Allows the Firebird connection to see tables, views, system tables and procedures depending on the items selected by the user. By default, the items Tables and Views are already selected by Scriptcase.
System tables: By selecting this option, the system tables of your database will be displayed.
Allows you to define which tables and owners are displayed.
PREFIX%or name of the tables to be displayed.
NOTE: By using table filtering, you eliminate unnecessary tables for your project and improve the performance of your database connection.
In this tab, you have access to connection-specific settings. Changes made in this section impact the data display and performance of the application.
client_encoding: Select the encoding used in your database. In the example above, we used client_encoding UTF-8.
.is selected as the separator.
By default, Scriptcase enables this option.