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Connection Cache in Jaguar

13 posts in General Discussion (old) Last posting was on 2000-02-25 16:23:14.0Z
Tana Posted on 2000-02-22 17:24:56.0Z
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I have created Connection Cache using Jaguar Manager.
My server name is: '@DV1', and it is ORACLE 7.X database.
I am using driver 'ociw32.dll' (driver exists and the ORACLE\BIN directory is in PATH)
My problem is when I 'ping' the database, I receive 'Connection Failed Error'.
Note that I can connect to DV1 database using SQL*Plus, using NT name server, specified in my 'sqlnet.ora' file.
 
What I am doing wrong?
 
thanks in advance
tana
 


Steve Fennessey Posted on 2000-02-23 16:08:05.0Z
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Tana have you tried putting in the IP address instead of the name?
For example:
jdbc:sybase:Tds:156.45.2.100:7000 where 156.45.2.100 is the IP address and 7000 is the port number.

Good Luck
Steve

Tana wrote:

I have created Connection Cache using Jaguar Manager.My server name is: '@DV1', and it is ORACLE 7.X database.I am using driver 'ociw32.dll' (driver exists and the ORACLE\BIN directory is in PATH)My problem is when I 'ping' the database, I receive 'Connection Failed Error'.Note that I can connect to DV1 database using SQL*Plus, using NT name server, specified in my 'sqlnet.ora' file. What I am doing wrong? thanks in advancetana 


Stephen Barrett Posted on 2000-02-22 20:27:03.0Z
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You probably need to install the connection cache.  Connect to the Jaguar server to install the cache to.  Expand the folders under the server.  Right Click on "Installed Connection Caches" and choose "Install Connection Cache".  From there choose, "Install and Existing Cache" which should list the new one you installed.  After installing it, refresh the server and you should be able to ping.
"Tana" <sahbaz@msn.com> wrote in message news:0iivuqVf$GA.274@forums.sybase.com...
I have created Connection Cache using Jaguar Manager.
My server name is: '@DV1', and it is ORACLE 7.X database.
I am using driver 'ociw32.dll' (driver exists and the ORACLE\BIN directory is in PATH)
My problem is when I 'ping' the database, I receive 'Connection Failed Error'.
Note that I can connect to DV1 database using SQL*Plus, using NT name server, specified in my 'sqlnet.ora' file.
 
What I am doing wrong?
 
thanks in advance
tana
 


Tana Posted on 2000-02-22 22:19:01.0Z
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Actually, I did install the connection cache(sorry, forgot to indicate), and I see it under Installed Connection Caches.
I still have a problem pinging the database.
 
Nermin
 
"Stephen Barrett" <smb@mindspring.com> wrote in message news:hAq9yNXf$GA.251@forums.sybase.com...
You probably need to install the connection cache.  Connect to the Jaguar server to install the cache to.  Expand the folders under the server.  Right Click on "Installed Connection Caches" and choose "Install Connection Cache".  From there choose, "Install and Existing Cache" which should list the new one you installed.  After installing it, refresh the server and you should be able to ping.
"Tana" <sahbaz@msn.com> wrote in message news:0iivuqVf$GA.274@forums.sybase.com...
I have created Connection Cache using Jaguar Manager.
My server name is: '@DV1', and it is ORACLE 7.X database.
I am using driver 'ociw32.dll' (driver exists and the ORACLE\BIN directory is in PATH)
My problem is when I 'ping' the database, I receive 'Connection Failed Error'.
Note that I can connect to DV1 database using SQL*Plus, using NT name server, specified in my 'sqlnet.ora' file.
 
What I am doing wrong?
 
thanks in advance
tana
 


Larry Cermak[Team Sybase] Posted on 2000-02-23 04:12:24.0Z
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Did you do a refresh after you added the cache to the server?

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"Tana" <sahbaz@msn.com> wrote in message news:PZAODPYf$GA.265@forums.sybase.com...
Actually, I did install the connection cache(sorry, forgot to indicate), and I see it under Installed Connection Caches.
I still have a problem pinging the database.
 
Nermin
 
"Stephen Barrett" <smb@mindspring.com> wrote in message news:hAq9yNXf$GA.251@forums.sybase.com...
You probably need to install the connection cache.  Connect to the Jaguar server to install the cache to.  Expand the folders under the server.  Right Click on "Installed Connection Caches" and choose "Install Connection Cache".  From there choose, "Install and Existing Cache" which should list the new one you installed.  After installing it, refresh the server and you should be able to ping.
"Tana" <sahbaz@msn.com> wrote in message news:0iivuqVf$GA.274@forums.sybase.com...
I have created Connection Cache using Jaguar Manager.
My server name is: '@DV1', and it is ORACLE 7.X database.
I am using driver 'ociw32.dll' (driver exists and the ORACLE\BIN directory is in PATH)
My problem is when I 'ping' the database, I receive 'Connection Failed Error'.
Note that I can connect to DV1 database using SQL*Plus, using NT name server, specified in my 'sqlnet.ora' file.
 
What I am doing wrong?
 
thanks in advance
tana
 


Tana Posted on 2000-02-23 18:42:12.0Z
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Yes, I did refresh and problem is still there.
"Larry Cermak[Team Sybase]" <lcermak@ctpartners.com> wrote in message news:DQxsFVbf$GA.251@forums.sybase.com...
Did you do a refresh after you added the cache to the server?

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"Tana" <sahbaz@msn.com> wrote in message news:PZAODPYf$GA.265@forums.sybase.com...
Actually, I did install the connection cache(sorry, forgot to indicate), and I see it under Installed Connection Caches.
I still have a problem pinging the database.
 
Nermin
 
"Stephen Barrett" <smb@mindspring.com> wrote in message news:hAq9yNXf$GA.251@forums.sybase.com...
You probably need to install the connection cache.  Connect to the Jaguar server to install the cache to.  Expand the folders under the server.  Right Click on "Installed Connection Caches" and choose "Install Connection Cache".  From there choose, "Install and Existing Cache" which should list the new one you installed.  After installing it, refresh the server and you should be able to ping.
"Tana" <sahbaz@msn.com> wrote in message news:0iivuqVf$GA.274@forums.sybase.com...
I have created Connection Cache using Jaguar Manager.
My server name is: '@DV1', and it is ORACLE 7.X database.
I am using driver 'ociw32.dll' (driver exists and the ORACLE\BIN directory is in PATH)
My problem is when I 'ping' the database, I receive 'Connection Failed Error'.
Note that I can connect to DV1 database using SQL*Plus, using NT name server, specified in my 'sqlnet.ora' file.
 
What I am doing wrong?
 
thanks in advance
tana
 


^*^GothicCastle^*^ Posted on 2000-02-23 19:58:20.0Z
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Tana,
I've just installed 3.5 and I have exactly the same problem. I've pinged until I'm blue in the face, and refreshed myself stupid. I have a machine with Jag 3.0 on it and I have exactly the same settings. I'm at total loss...
..oh yes I'm running Jaguar 3.5 on Windows 2000. And I'm not aware of any win2000 probs with Jaguar 3.5.

Davlon

Tana wrote:

Yes, I did refresh and problem is still there.
"Larry Cermak[Team Sybase]" <lcermak@ctpartners.com> wrote in message news:DQxsFVbf$GA.251@forums.sybase.com...Did you do a refresh after you added the cache to the server? 
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"Tana" <sahbaz@msn.com> wrote in message news:PZAODPYf$GA.265@forums.sybase.com...Actually, I did install the connection cache(sorry, forgot to indicate), and I see it under Installed Connection Caches.I still have a problem pinging the database. Nermin 
"Stephen Barrett" <smb@mindspring.com> wrote in message news:hAq9yNXf$GA.251@forums.sybase.com...You probably need to install the connection cache.  Connect to the Jaguar server to install the cache to.  Expand the folders under the server.  Right Click on "Installed Connection Caches" and choose "Install Connection Cache".  From there choose, "Install and Existing Cache" which should list the new one you installed.  After installing it, refresh the server and you should be able to ping.
"Tana" <sahbaz@msn.com> wrote in message news:0iivuqVf$GA.274@forums.sybase.com...I have created Connection Cache using Jaguar Manager.My server name is: '@DV1', and it is ORACLE 7.X database.I am using driver 'ociw32.dll' (driver exists and the ORACLE\BIN directory is in PATH)My problem is when I 'ping' the database, I receive 'Connection Failed Error'.Note that I can connect to DV1 database using SQL*Plus, using NT name server, specified in my 'sqlnet.ora' file. What I am doing wrong? thanks in advancetana 


Dave Wolf [Sybase] Posted on 2000-02-23 20:30:15.0Z
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W2K is not supported at this time.  There were MAJOR changes in ODBC in W2K and we will need another release to address them.

Dave Wolf
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"^*^GothicCastle^*^" <^*^GothicCastle^*^@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:38B43BDB.3E88FB38@hotmail.com...
Tana,
I've just installed 3.5 and I have exactly the same problem. I've pinged until I'm blue in the face, and refreshed myself stupid. I have a machine with Jag 3.0 on it and I have exactly the same settings. I'm at total loss...
..oh yes I'm running Jaguar 3.5 on Windows 2000. And I'm not aware of any win2000 probs with Jaguar 3.5.

Davlon

Tana wrote:

Yes, I did refresh and problem is still there.
"Larry Cermak[Team Sybase]" <lcermak@ctpartners.com> wrote in message news:DQxsFVbf$GA.251@forums.sybase.com...Did you do a refresh after you added the cache to the server? 
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"Tana" <sahbaz@msn.com> wrote in message news:PZAODPYf$GA.265@forums.sybase.com...Actually, I did install the connection cache(sorry, forgot to indicate), and I see it under Installed Connection Caches.I still have a problem pinging the database. Nermin 
"Stephen Barrett" <smb@mindspring.com> wrote in message news:hAq9yNXf$GA.251@forums.sybase.com...You probably need to install the connection cache.  Connect to the Jaguar server to install the cache to.  Expand the folders under the server.  Right Click on "Installed Connection Caches" and choose "Install Connection Cache".  From there choose, "Install and Existing Cache" which should list the new one you installed.  After installing it, refresh the server and you should be able to ping.
"Tana" <sahbaz@msn.com> wrote in message news:0iivuqVf$GA.274@forums.sybase.com...I have created Connection Cache using Jaguar Manager.My server name is: '@DV1', and it is ORACLE 7.X database.I am using driver 'ociw32.dll' (driver exists and the ORACLE\BIN directory is in PATH)My problem is when I 'ping' the database, I receive 'Connection Failed Error'.Note that I can connect to DV1 database using SQL*Plus, using NT name server, specified in my 'sqlnet.ora' file. What I am doing wrong? thanks in advancetana 


Tana Posted on 2000-02-24 17:48:27.0Z
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I am using windows NT Server version 4, Service Pack 6A.
So, why do I still have a problem connecting to ORACLE ?
 
someone, please
Tana
 
 
"Dave Wolf [Sybase]" <dwolf@sybase.com> wrote in message news:WY$zO1jf$GA.265@forums.sybase.com...
W2K is not supported at this time.  There were MAJOR changes in ODBC in W2K and we will need another release to address them.

Dave Wolf
Internet Applications Division
 


Jim O'Neil [Sybase] Posted on 2000-02-25 03:32:29.0Z
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Tana wrote:

> I am using windows NT Server version 4, Service Pack 6A.So, why do I
> still have a problem connecting to ORACLE ? someone, pleaseTana
>
> "Dave Wolf [Sybase]" <dwolf@sybase.com> wrote in message
> news:WY$zO1jf$GA.265@forums.sybase.com...W2K is not
> supported at this time. There were MAJOR changes in ODBC in
> W2K and we will need another release to address them.
>
> Dave WolfInternet Applications Division
>
> >
> >

What is the server name as specified in the cache? Don't preface it
with the @ sign.
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Tana Posted on 2000-02-25 16:23:14.0Z
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Thanks, Jim

This helps, it works without @ sign.

Tana

"Jim O'Neil [Sybase]" <joneil@sybase.com> wrote in message
news:38B5F7CC.E2437C93@sybase.com...
> Tana wrote:
>
> > I am using windows NT Server version 4, Service Pack 6A.So, why do I
> > still have a problem connecting to ORACLE ? someone, pleaseTana
> >
> > "Dave Wolf [Sybase]" <dwolf@sybase.com> wrote in message
> > news:WY$zO1jf$GA.265@forums.sybase.com...W2K is not
> > supported at this time. There were MAJOR changes in ODBC in
> > W2K and we will need another release to address them.
> >
> > Dave WolfInternet Applications Division
> >
> > >
> > >
>
> What is the server name as specified in the cache? Don't preface it
> with the @ sign.
> --
> Jim O'Neil
> Senior Technical Support Engineer
> Sybase, Inc
>
>


^*^GothicCastle^*^ Posted on 2000-02-24 09:00:14.0Z
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Thanks Dave,
When you mean another release do you mean an update release or version 4?

Davlon

"Dave Wolf [Sybase]" wrote:

 W2K is not supported at this time.  There were MAJOR changes in ODBC in W2K and we will need another release to address them.

Dave WolfInternet Applications Division 

"^*^GothicCastle^*^" <^*^GothicCastle^*^@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:38B43BDB.3E88FB38@hotmail.com...Tana,
I've just installed 3.5 and I have exactly the same problem. I've pinged until I'm blue in the face, and refreshed myself stupid. I have a machine with Jag 3.0 on it and I have exactly the same settings. I'm at total loss...
..oh yes I'm running Jaguar 3.5 on Windows 2000. And I'm not aware of any win2000 probs with Jaguar 3.5.

Davlon

Tana wrote:

Yes, I did refresh and problem is still there.
"Larry Cermak[Team Sybase]" <lcermak@ctpartners.com> wrote in message news:DQxsFVbf$GA.251@forums.sybase.com...Did you do a refresh after you added the cache to the server?
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"Tana" <sahbaz@msn.com> wrote in message news:PZAODPYf$GA.265@forums.sybase.com...Actually, I did install the connection cache(sorry, forgot to indicate), and I see it under Installed Connection Caches.I still have a problem pinging the database. Nermin
"Stephen Barrett" <smb@mindspring.com> wrote in message news:hAq9yNXf$GA.251@forums.sybase.com...You probably need to install the connection cache.  Connect to the Jaguar server to install the cache to.  Expand the folders under the server.  Right Click on "Installed Connection Caches" and choose "Install Connection Cache".  From there choose, "Install and Existing Cache" which should list the new one you installed.  After installing it, refresh the server and you should be able to ping.
"Tana" <sahbaz@msn.com> wrote in message news:0iivuqVf$GA.274@forums.sybase.com...I have created Connection Cache using Jaguar Manager.My server name is: '@DV1', and it is ORACLE 7.X database.I am using driver 'ociw32.dll' (driver exists and the ORACLE\BIN directory is in PATH)My problem is when I 'ping' the database, I receive 'Connection Failed Error'.Note that I can connect to DV1 database using SQL*Plus, using NT name server, specified in my 'sqlnet.ora' file. What I am doing wrong? thanks in advancetana


Dave Wolf [Sybase] Posted on 2000-02-24 12:37:14.0Z
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Its my understanding there will be a 3.6 release and that release in Q2 will be W2K tested.

Dave Wolf
Internet Applications Division
 
"^*^GothicCastle^*^" <^*^GothicCastle^*^@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:38B4F31D.8BA25E85@hotmail.com...
Thanks Dave,
When you mean another release do you mean an update release or version 4?

Davlon

"Dave Wolf [Sybase]" wrote:

 W2K is not supported at this time.  There were MAJOR changes in ODBC in W2K and we will need another release to address them.

Dave WolfInternet Applications Division 

"^*^GothicCastle^*^" <^*^GothicCastle^*^@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:38B43BDB.3E88FB38@hotmail.com...Tana,
I've just installed 3.5 and I have exactly the same problem. I've pinged until I'm blue in the face, and refreshed myself stupid. I have a machine with Jag 3.0 on it and I have exactly the same settings. I'm at total loss...
..oh yes I'm running Jaguar 3.5 on Windows 2000. And I'm not aware of any win2000 probs with Jaguar 3.5.

Davlon

Tana wrote:

Yes, I did refresh and problem is still there.
"Larry Cermak[Team Sybase]" <lcermak@ctpartners.com> wrote in message news:DQxsFVbf$GA.251@forums.sybase.com...Did you do a refresh after you added the cache to the server?
--

Larry Cermak [Team Sybase]
Corporate Technology Partners, Inc.
www.ctpartners.com
Web DataWindow Articles
(http://sdn.sybase.com/sdn/appdev/get_doc.stm?loc=1001708)

"Tana" <sahbaz@msn.com> wrote in message news:PZAODPYf$GA.265@forums.sybase.com...Actually, I did install the connection cache(sorry, forgot to indicate), and I see it under Installed Connection Caches.I still have a problem pinging the database. Nermin
"Stephen Barrett" <smb@mindspring.com> wrote in message news:hAq9yNXf$GA.251@forums.sybase.com...You probably need to install the connection cache.  Connect to the Jaguar server to install the cache to.  Expand the folders under the server.  Right Click on "Installed Connection Caches" and choose "Install Connection Cache".  From there choose, "Install and Existing Cache" which should list the new one you installed.  After installing it, refresh the server and you should be able to ping.
"Tana" <sahbaz@msn.com> wrote in message news:0iivuqVf$GA.274@forums.sybase.com...I have created Connection Cache using Jaguar Manager.My server name is: '@DV1', and it is ORACLE 7.X database.I am using driver 'ociw32.dll' (driver exists and the ORACLE\BIN directory is in PATH)My problem is when I 'ping' the database, I receive 'Connection Failed Error'.Note that I can connect to DV1 database using SQL*Plus, using NT name server, specified in my 'sqlnet.ora' file. What I am doing wrong? thanks in advancetana