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Connection to a SQL Anyware v.9

3 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2004-09-01 13:31:03.0Z
Paolo Posted on 2004-08-31 15:37:03.0Z
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Hi all! I'm new using Sybase SQL Anywhere. I installed all
options in a computer and I don't have problems to work. Now
I want to connect another computer as client to this SQL
Anywhere. When I was installing, I tried to choose options
for client (network client, etc) and now I can't connect.
When I click the Test connection botton appear a error
message: "Database not found" in box of SQL Anywhere Driver
box properties. Maybe I am writing the data wrong, but I
don't know what to place.
Thanks for your answers.


Reg Domaratzki Posted on 2004-08-31 16:03:32.0Z
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Have a read over the technical document we've written entitled
"Troubleshooting Adaptive Server Anywhere Connections". It can be found
here :

http://www.ianywhere.com/developer/technotes/asa_connections.html

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<Paolo> wrote in message news:41349b1f.1adf.1681692777@sybase.com...
> Hi all! I'm new using Sybase SQL Anywhere. I installed all
> options in a computer and I don't have problems to work. Now
> I want to connect another computer as client to this SQL
> Anywhere. When I was installing, I tried to choose options
> for client (network client, etc) and now I can't connect.
> When I click the Test connection botton appear a error
> message: "Database not found" in box of SQL Anywhere Driver
> box properties. Maybe I am writing the data wrong, but I
> don't know what to place.
> Thanks for your answers.


Breck Carter [TeamSybase] Posted on 2004-09-01 13:31:03.0Z
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Be sure to use dbsrv9.exe instead of dbeng9.exe if you want to connect
across the network.

Breck

On 31 Aug 2004 08:37:03 -0700, Paolo wrote:

>Hi all! I'm new using Sybase SQL Anywhere. I installed all
>options in a computer and I don't have problems to work. Now
>I want to connect another computer as client to this SQL
>Anywhere. When I was installing, I tried to choose options
>for client (network client, etc) and now I can't connect.
>When I click the Test connection botton appear a error
>message: "Database not found" in box of SQL Anywhere Driver
>box properties. Maybe I am writing the data wrong, but I
>don't know what to place.
>Thanks for your answers.

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