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Can't connect to NT SQL Server

4 posts in JDBC Connect (product renamed to JConnect) Last posting was on 1997-05-09 12:09:13.0Z
Gopinath Prakash Posted on 1997-05-07 17:58:54.0Z
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Posting this for a friend who does not have access to newsgroup.


I have a Windows NT box installed with the following software:

Sybase SQL Server
Jconnect
Netscape fast track server
Netscape server

When I installed Sybase SQL server, the installation program
installs and the SQL Server listens on port 8000.
I could not run (using netscape browser) to execute the
sample applet given by jconnect which connects to SQL Server
and executes sample query "select * from authors". Because,
the applet expects user to enter IP address and port number of
SQL Server. But the SQL server installed on NT (default installation)
listens to pipe/sybase/query

Does this mean that JConnect cannot connect to Sybase SQL Server
running on windows NT?


Please let me know.

My email : srikotta@ix.netcom.com


Thanks in advance.

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Gopinath P.C
Senior Software Engineer
Sybase Inc


Lance Andersen Posted on 1997-05-08 13:58:47.0Z
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jConnect does not support named pipes. You will need to add a
tcp listener for your NT SQL Server.

-Lance

Gopinath Prakash wrote:
>
> Posting this for a friend who does not have access to newsgroup.
>
> I have a Windows NT box installed with the following software:
>
> Sybase SQL Server
> Jconnect
> Netscape fast track server
> Netscape server
>
> When I installed Sybase SQL server, the installation program
> installs and the SQL Server listens on port 8000.
> I could not run (using netscape browser) to execute the
> sample applet given by jconnect which connects to SQL Server
> and executes sample query "select * from authors". Because,
> the applet expects user to enter IP address and port number of
> SQL Server. But the SQL server installed on NT (default installation)
> listens to pipe/sybase/query
>
> Does this mean that JConnect cannot connect to Sybase SQL Server
> running on windows NT?
>
> Please let me know.
>
> My email : srikotta@ix.netcom.com
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
> --
> Gopinath P.C
> Senior Software Engineer
> Sybase Inc

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Eduardo Kamada Posted on 1997-05-08 19:01:51.0Z
From: "Eduardo Kamada" <kamada@sybase.com>
Subject: Re: Can't connect to NT SQL Server
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Does jConnect support only tcp/ip protocol?

Eduardo Kamada

Lance Andersen <lancea@sybase.com> wrote in article
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> jConnect does not support named pipes. You will need to add a
> tcp listener for your NT SQL Server.
>


Lance Andersen Posted on 1997-05-09 12:09:13.0Z
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jConnect only supports tcp/ip.


-Lance

Eduardo Kamada wrote:
>
> Does jConnect support only tcp/ip protocol?
>
> Eduardo Kamada
>
> Lance Andersen <lancea@sybase.com> wrote in article
> <3371DC17.362C@sybase.com>...
> > jConnect does not support named pipes. You will need to add a
> > tcp listener for your NT SQL Server.
> >

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Lance J. Andersen Email: lancea@sybase.com
Sybase Technical Support Phone:(617) 564-6336
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