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ON replication

3 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2004-10-28 01:41:14.0Z
tiger Posted on 2004-10-27 04:52:48.0Z
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I am a new user of sybase
and I am now trying to set up a system between Linux and
window use sybase 9
but when I finished the setting, I found the server
setting for windows is 932JPN and for Liunx is EUC_JPN
so I must creat 2 different Database for the
replication.
like this

the question is that how to change the font of the
server.
I have tried servals ways to this. but can not success.

the second question is that I want to try the
replication of SMTP type.
how to fill out the server and client messege.


thanks very much
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Greg Fenton Posted on 2004-10-27 14:09:06.0Z
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tiger wrote:
> I am a new user of sybase
> and I am now trying to set up a system between Linux and
> window use sybase 9

Are these existing systems or are you setting up a new set of databases?

> but when I finished the setting, I found the server
> setting for windows is 932JPN and for Liunx is EUC_JPN
> the question is that how to change the font of the
> server.

By "font", I assume you mean "collation sequence" ? If so, the
collation sequence is established when the database file is created.
You will have to recreate the database file ("dbinit -z SOME_COLL_SEQ"


> the second question is that I want to try the
> replication of SMTP type.
> how to fill out the server and client messege.
>

Please put seperate questions in separate newsgroup posts.
Is there a particular reason you are looking to use SQLRemote
(replication) rather than MobiLink (synchronization)? [Maybe your
answer to my first question above will answer this for me...]

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tiger Posted on 2004-10-28 01:41:14.0Z
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tiger wrote:
thanks Greg Fenton

> Are these existing systems or are you setting up a new set
> of databases?

I am now testing a new Database.

> > but when I finished the setting, I found the server
> > setting for windows is 932JPN and for Liunx is EUC_JPN
> > the question is that how to change the font of the
> > server.
>
> By "font", I assume you mean "collation sequence" ? If so
> , the collation sequence is established when the database
> file is created. You will have to recreate the database
> file ("dbinit -z SOME_COLL_SEQ"

yeah, you are right, when create the datebase, I can select
the font type. but the environment of the sybase I can not
change.
for example, I can create a database in 932JPN or EUC_JAPAN
but the server(environment) is 932JPN(with windows) and
EUC_JAPAN(with linux). I want to change one of them so that
I can get the same environment.

and now when start replication. the 932JPN(windows) can not
read the messege from a databae with EUC_JAPAN. and the
EUC_JAPAN(linux) can not read the messege with 932JPN.



> > the second question is that I want to try the
> > replication of SMTP type.
> > how to fill out the server and client messege.
> >
>
> Please put seperate questions in separate newsgroup posts.
> Is there a particular reason you are looking to use
> SQLRemote (replication) rather than MobiLink
> (synchronization)? [Maybe your answer to my first
> question above will answer this for me...]
>

pls ignore the second question.
thanks