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Sybase Central - registering plug-ins

2 posts in Windows NT Last posting was on 1998-02-18 20:58:21.0Z
Rick Lively Posted on 1998-02-18 16:12:46.0Z
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Date: Wed, 18 Feb 1998 09:12:46 -0700
From: Rick Lively <rlively@nrao.edu>
Organization: National Radio Astronomy Observatory
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When I installed InfoMaker from the SQL Remote CD it made Sybase Central
(ASE 11.5 for NT) unusable. It was missing some dlls that Infomaker had
overwritten or changed path/registry information for.

I reinstalled ASE 11.5 and that seemed to fix things except that Sybase
Central doesn't have ASE registered as a plug-in. I suspect that's
because I exited the installation before upgrading the server (it was
upgraded in the original installation). Any ideas on how I can register
ASE as a plug-in for Sybase Central (it does have a browse if I knew
where the ASE plug-in was located).

I could re-install and go through the server upgrade although I'm
hesitant to upgrade an already upgraded server and everything seems to
work ok, otherwise.

--

Rick Lively
Computer Division
National Radio Astronomy Observatory
Array Operations Center
Socorro, NM 87801
mailto:rlively@nrao.edu
http://www.nrao.edu/~rlively


AnaMaria Stirbet Posted on 1998-02-18 20:58:21.0Z
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Date: Wed, 18 Feb 1998 15:58:21 -0500
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Rick Lively wrote:
>
> When I installed InfoMaker from the SQL Remote CD it made Sybase Central
> (ASE 11.5 for NT) unusable. It was missing some dlls that Infomaker had
> overwritten or changed path/registry information for.
>
> I reinstalled ASE 11.5 and that seemed to fix things except that Sybase
> Central doesn't have ASE registered as a plug-in. I suspect that's
> because I exited the installation before upgrading the server (it was
> upgraded in the original installation). Any ideas on how I can register
> ASE as a plug-in for Sybase Central (it does have a browse if I knew
> where the ASE plug-in was located).
>
> I could re-install and go through the server upgrade although I'm
> hesitant to upgrade an already upgraded server and everything seems to
> work ok, otherwise.
>
> --
>
> Rick Lively
> Computer Division
> National Radio Astronomy Observatory
> Array Operations Center
> Socorro, NM 87801
> mailto:rlively@nrao.edu
> http://www.nrao.edu/~rlively

Plug-in for ASE in Sybase Central is scsqlsrv.dll from sybtools\asep
directory.
Ana Stirbet