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Using Sybase Central through terminal services

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2004-01-30 15:45:07.0Z
Jim Rand Posted on 2004-01-21 23:44:51.0Z
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Using Sybase Central through terminal services


I installed version 9 of sqlanywhere on machine A. Everything appears to
work fine and I can use Sybase

Central to manage the database.

From machine B, I've accessed machine A as Administrator over the Internet
via Terminal Services.

Windows stuff like File Explorer works fine. However, when I try to start
Sybase Central, nothing

happens.

Here is a summary of what appears to work via Terminal Services:
InfoMaker - yes
Sybase Central - no
Interactive SQL - no
Power Designer - yes

I need to be able to manage the database remotely. Any suggestions?

Thanks,

Jim Rand


Chris Wood Posted on 2004-01-30 15:45:07.0Z
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Hi,

I had a similar problem with Sybase Central, when I tried to
open the program through a terminal services session, the
window did open as it should, only not in the terminal
services session I was using, but another session being used
by a colleague!

Everything seemed to go back to normal when we re-started
the machine and we haven't had the same problem since. No
idea what caused this to happen in the first place though,
maybe something to do with the fact that Sybase Central is a
Java application.

Chris Wood

> Using Sybase Central through terminal services
>
>
> I installed version 9 of sqlanywhere on machine A.
> Everything appears to work fine and I can use Sybase
>
> Central to manage the database.
>
> From machine B, I've accessed machine A as Administrator
> over the Internet via Terminal Services.
>
> Windows stuff like File Explorer works fine. However,
> when I try to start Sybase Central, nothing
>
> happens.
>
> Here is a summary of what appears to work via Terminal
> Services:
> InfoMaker - yes
> Sybase Central - no
> Interactive SQL - no
> Power Designer - yes
>
> I need to be able to manage the database remotely. Any
> suggestions?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Jim Rand
>
>