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ERROR: OUT OF MEMORY

2 posts in JDBC Connect (product renamed to JConnect) Last posting was on 1997-10-01 18:09:10.0Z
France World Contacts Posted on 1997-09-27 08:08:31.0Z
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Date: Sat, 27 Sep 1997 10:08:31 +0200
From: France World Contacts <Baelde@francecontacts.com>
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Hello

1. My environment is:

-> Windows NT workstation 4.0 French language
64 Mb RAM

-> I am using the Sybase SQL anywhere Database shipped with iCat
Commerce
Suite 3.0 Professional Edition : SQL anywhere : 5.5.01 build # 1333
english version

2. I tried to follow the procedure concerning "making a connection"
page 6 in the Sybase document called "2. Programming Information"

3. My SQL Anywhere database is called: francecontacts.
it is located on the same station . I connect via SQL central to it
without any problems.

4. I added an entry via SQL edit for the gateway called: testserver
the entries in the SQL.ini files are

[testserver]
query=NLWNSCK,localhost,4444
master=NLWNSCK,localhost,4444

the sql.ini file is located in c:\sqlany50\ini directory

First error : When I try to ping using the button in SQL Edit the
following error message
says: ping failed time out


5. When I do the following command :
start dbos50 testserver

the Sybase Sql Anywhere Open Server gateray opens but inside an error
message states :

"ERROR: OUT OF MEMORY"

6. I checked the NT resources windows
I still have 23 mb free memory and 22 mb memory pages


Any ideas ??

Thank you

Olivier


email address:Executive@francecontacts.com


John Childs Posted on 1997-10-01 18:09:10.0Z
From: jchilds@ionline.net (John Childs)
Subject: Re: ERROR: OUT OF MEMORY
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Do you have an environment variable called "lang"? If you do, get rid of it.

John
In article <342CBEFE.5E656A10@francecontacts.com>,

executive@francecontacts.com wrote:
>Hello
>
>1. My environment is:
>
>-> Windows NT workstation 4.0 French language
>64 Mb RAM
>
>-> I am using the Sybase SQL anywhere Database shipped with iCat
>Commerce
>Suite 3.0 Professional Edition : SQL anywhere : 5.5.01 build # 1333
>english version
>
>2. I tried to follow the procedure concerning "making a connection"
>page 6 in the Sybase document called "2. Programming Information"
>
>3. My SQL Anywhere database is called: francecontacts.
>it is located on the same station . I connect via SQL central to it
>without any problems.
>
>4. I added an entry via SQL edit for the gateway called: testserver
>the entries in the SQL.ini files are
>
>[testserver]
>query=NLWNSCK,localhost,4444
>master=NLWNSCK,localhost,4444
>
>the sql.ini file is located in c:\sqlany50\ini directory
>
>First error : When I try to ping using the button in SQL Edit the
>following error message
>says: ping failed time out
>
>
>5. When I do the following command :
>start dbos50 testserver
>
>the Sybase Sql Anywhere Open Server gateray opens but inside an error
>message states :
>
>"ERROR: OUT OF MEMORY"
>
>6. I checked the NT resources windows
>I still have 23 mb free memory and 22 mb memory pages
>
>
>Any ideas ??
>
>Thank you
>
>Olivier
>
>
>email address:Executive@francecontacts.com
>
>