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Upgrade problem EAS 3.01 to 3.5

4 posts in General Discussion (old) Last posting was on 2000-03-02 20:03:20.0Z
Sem Kazazic Posted on 2000-03-01 19:35:20.0Z
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From: "Sem Kazazic" <semk@vytalnet.com>
Subject: Upgrade problem EAS 3.01 to 3.5
Date: Wed, 1 Mar 2000 14:35:20 -0500
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Hi there ,
 
I have a problem similar as already explained in some previous posting here. We had eas 3 with maintenance release (3.01) applied.
1. I had no problem to upgrade server components of eas(jaguar etc...), installed on pc with nt server 4, sp 5.
 Everything was installed on drive "E"(not default dir structure),
2. When I wanted to do the same for workstation which is nt4/ws and sp 4, I got a message
"You do not have the required version of EAStudio 3.0 or 3.0.1 installed on your machine".
This workstation used "E" drive too, but there is a small difference - cd-rom is "F" drive.
 
It seems to me , this is not the same case as with some cd-rom(3.5).
Any idea what could be work around? Thanks.
 
Regards,
Sem.


Bill Green[TeamSybase] Posted on 2000-03-02 16:08:25.0Z
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Was EAStudio installed on the workstation? (Remember, PB7 has the same
components except for PowerJ and Sybase I thik shipped EAStudio to
everyone who bought PB7 after a month or two, so your install may have
been PB7 and not EAStudio). Also, there has been a problem noted about
upgrades having problems when installed using other than the default dir
structure, so I suggest installing EAStudio 3.0 (choose a component, not
all of them) using the default structure, and then retry the upgrade -
or call tech support - or both.

regards,
Bill

Sem Kazazic wrote:

> Hi there , I have a problem similar as already explained in some
> previous posting here. We had eas 3 with maintenance release (3.01)
> applied.1. I had no problem to upgrade server components of eas(jaguar
> etc...), installed on pc with nt server 4, sp 5. Everything was
> installed on drive "E"(not default dir structure),2. When I wanted to
> do the same for workstation which is nt4/ws and sp 4, I got a
> message"You do not have the required version of EAStudio 3.0 or 3.0.1
> installed on your machine".This workstation used "E" drive too, but
> there is a small difference - cd-rom is "F" drive. It seems to me ,
> this is not the same case as with some cd-rom(3.5).Any idea what could
> be work around? Thanks. Regards,Sem.

--
Bill Green[TeamSybase]

Good Links to know:
Sybase Developer Network (SDN) - http://www.sybase.com/sdn
PFC Guide - http://www.pfcguide.com
Power3 - Custom Training - http://www.power3.com


Sem Kazazic Posted on 2000-03-02 16:36:30.0Z
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From: "Sem Kazazic" <semk@vytalnet.com>
Subject: Re: Upgrade problem EAS 3.01 to 3.5
Date: Thu, 2 Mar 2000 11:36:30 -0500
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Yes it was. More surprising is the fact that we used not default dir, but on
one pc upgrade is working fine and the other not.
Also I am not sure about term "default structure".
I used \Program Files\Sybase etc. and only changed hard drive ("E").
Thanks.

Regards,
Sem.

Bill Green[TeamSybase] wrote in message
<38BE91F9.79972364@teamsybase.com>...
>Was EAStudio installed on the workstation? (Remember, PB7 has the same
>components except for PowerJ and Sybase I thik shipped EAStudio to
>everyone who bought PB7 after a month or two, so your install may have
>been PB7 and not EAStudio). Also, there has been a problem noted about
>upgrades having problems when installed using other than the default dir
>structure, so I suggest installing EAStudio 3.0 (choose a component, not
>all of them) using the default structure, and then retry the upgrade -
>or call tech support - or both.
>
>regards,
>Bill
>
>
>Sem Kazazic wrote:
>
>> Hi there , I have a problem similar as already explained in some
>> previous posting here. We had eas 3 with maintenance release (3.01)
>> applied.1. I had no problem to upgrade server components of eas(jaguar
>> etc...), installed on pc with nt server 4, sp 5. Everything was
>> installed on drive "E"(not default dir structure),2. When I wanted to
>> do the same for workstation which is nt4/ws and sp 4, I got a
>> message"You do not have the required version of EAStudio 3.0 or 3.0.1
>> installed on your machine".This workstation used "E" drive too, but
>> there is a small difference - cd-rom is "F" drive. It seems to me ,
>> this is not the same case as with some cd-rom(3.5).Any idea what could
>> be work around? Thanks. Regards,Sem.
>
>--
>Bill Green[TeamSybase]
>
>Good Links to know:
>Sybase Developer Network (SDN) - http://www.sybase.com/sdn
>PFC Guide - http://www.pfcguide.com
>Power3 - Custom Training - http://www.power3.com
>
>


Bill Green[TeamSybase] Posted on 2000-03-02 20:03:20.0Z
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The hard drive is part of the structure - I have heard that it works on some
machines and doesn't on others. It worked OK on mine (where I deploy to D: and
no Program Files\Sybase either, so I change the entire structure), but others
have had problems. Try installing one component from EAS 3.0 to the standard
setting (c:\program files\sybase etc), and see if that will let you then install
3.5.

regards,
Bill

Sem Kazazic wrote:

> Yes it was. More surprising is the fact that we used not default dir, but on
> one pc upgrade is working fine and the other not.
> Also I am not sure about term "default structure".
> I used \Program Files\Sybase etc. and only changed hard drive ("E").
> Thanks.
>
> Regards,
> Sem.
>
> Bill Green[TeamSybase] wrote in message
> <38BE91F9.79972364@teamsybase.com>...
> >Was EAStudio installed on the workstation? (Remember, PB7 has the same
> >components except for PowerJ and Sybase I thik shipped EAStudio to
> >everyone who bought PB7 after a month or two, so your install may have
> >been PB7 and not EAStudio). Also, there has been a problem noted about
> >upgrades having problems when installed using other than the default dir
> >structure, so I suggest installing EAStudio 3.0 (choose a component, not
> >all of them) using the default structure, and then retry the upgrade -
> >or call tech support - or both.
> >
> >regards,
> >Bill
> >
> >
> >Sem Kazazic wrote:
> >
> >> Hi there , I have a problem similar as already explained in some
> >> previous posting here. We had eas 3 with maintenance release (3.01)
> >> applied.1. I had no problem to upgrade server components of eas(jaguar
> >> etc...), installed on pc with nt server 4, sp 5. Everything was
> >> installed on drive "E"(not default dir structure),2. When I wanted to
> >> do the same for workstation which is nt4/ws and sp 4, I got a
> >> message"You do not have the required version of EAStudio 3.0 or 3.0.1
> >> installed on your machine".This workstation used "E" drive too, but
> >> there is a small difference - cd-rom is "F" drive. It seems to me ,
> >> this is not the same case as with some cd-rom(3.5).Any idea what could
> >> be work around? Thanks. Regards,Sem.
> >
> >--
> >Bill Green[TeamSybase]
> >
> >Good Links to know:
> >Sybase Developer Network (SDN) - http://www.sybase.com/sdn
> >PFC Guide - http://www.pfcguide.com
> >Power3 - Custom Training - http://www.power3.com
> >
> >

--
Bill Green[TeamSybase]

Good Links to know:
Sybase Developer Network (SDN) - http://www.sybase.com/sdn
PFC Guide - http://www.pfcguide.com
Power3 - Custom Training - http://www.power3.com