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Named Pipes remote connection

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2005-08-26 13:43:51.0Z
Gordon Johnson Posted on 2005-08-25 18:47:01.0Z
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Can I connect to a network database server using named pipes. If so what is
the startup parameter for the server.

E.g. -x namedpipes(\\servername)

What would I specify on the client ODBC.

I have ASA 9.02.3169


"Rob Waywell" <rwaywell Posted on 2005-08-26 13:43:51.0Z
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ASA only supports Named Pipes for connections within a single machine, it
does not support connecting over the network using Named Pipes:

ASA Database Administration Guide

Client/Server Communications

Using Named Pipes
...
Adaptive Server Anywhere for Windows NT/2000/XP can use local Named Pipes
for same-machine communication.

...

Adaptive Server Anywhere does not use Named Pipes for client/server
communications between different machines.


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"gordon johnson" <gjohnson@intellimed.com> wrote in message
news:430e1223$1@forums-2-dub...
> Can I connect to a network database server using named pipes. If so what
> is the startup parameter for the server.
>
> E.g. -x namedpipes(\\servername)
>
> What would I specify on the client ODBC.
>
> I have ASA 9.02.3169
>
>
>