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Found in FAQ:
1. I want to work with a database from N computers simultaneously. Is it possible to do it? How many licenses should I purchase?
Yes, Brilliant Database allows several users to work with the same database simultaneously. To do so, it is necessary to purchase:
- One version of Brilliant Database Server for creating a database and providing a possibility to work via the network;
- One Brilliant Database Workplace per each computer from which it is planned to connect to the database (N in total).
2. How many people at most may work with the same database simultaneously?
This number depends on the intensity of work with the database. At usual loading - up to 16 people.
3. Our computers are connected in a network by means of the WiFi wireless network. Is it possible to connect to a database using WiFi?
Yes, WiFi is a usual network connection. Connecting to a shared database via WiFi does not differ from connecting via the local network.
Found in Videos:
1. Connect to remote database
Shows how to connect to a remote database.
2. Sharing Database
Shows how to share a database to allow multi-user work from several computers.
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