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openserver issue ?

5 posts in Open Server Last posting was on 2007-03-24 13:25:09.0Z
Jluc Rochat Posted on 2007-03-22 22:27:49.0Z
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Hi guys,
I'm an early adopter of dblib in 90's, and ctlib/cslib
later.
I wrote a pair of openserver software, mainly OS gateways
that allowed to call external "C" network services (X25 or
TCP-IP) from transac-sql stored procedures.
during the past 10 years I mainly worked in Java areas
(Apache JServ & Tomcat projects) and as a freelance
consultant. I was far away from Sybase products also.
My former company called me back for helping them to migrate
some open-server products that I wrote 10 years ago (still
in solaris 2.6), and I was wondering if another Sybase
solution was already able to open the use of network calls
(maybe webservices) from inside transac-sql ?
thanks for any advice.


Mike Harrold Posted on 2007-03-23 15:55:34.0Z
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In article <460302e5.2c52.1681692777@sybase.com>, <Jluc Rochat> wrote:
>Hi guys,
>I'm an early adopter of dblib in 90's, and ctlib/cslib
>later.
>I wrote a pair of openserver software, mainly OS gateways
>that allowed to call external "C" network services (X25 or
>TCP-IP) from transac-sql stored procedures.
>during the past 10 years I mainly worked in Java areas
>(Apache JServ & Tomcat projects) and as a freelance
>consultant. I was far away from Sybase products also.
>My former company called me back for helping them to migrate
>some open-server products that I wrote 10 years ago (still
>in solaris 2.6), and I was wondering if another Sybase
>solution was already able to open the use of network calls
>(maybe webservices) from inside transac-sql ?
>thanks for any advice.

I believe the built-in ASE XP-Server is perhaps what you are
looking for? It allows for the calling of external procs from
inside the dataserver.

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Lynn Weatherwax Posted on 2007-03-23 16:02:37.0Z
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Hi -

Web Services can now be invoked from w/in ASE - would this help?

http://infocenter.sybase.com/help/index.jsp?topic=/com.sybase.dc10061_1500/html/wbsrvcs/title.htm&toc=/com.sybase.help.ase_15.0/toc.xml

Lynn

<Jluc Rochat> wrote in message news:460302e5.2c52.1681692777@sybase.com...
> Hi guys,
> I'm an early adopter of dblib in 90's, and ctlib/cslib
> later.
> I wrote a pair of openserver software, mainly OS gateways
> that allowed to call external "C" network services (X25 or
> TCP-IP) from transac-sql stored procedures.
> during the past 10 years I mainly worked in Java areas
> (Apache JServ & Tomcat projects) and as a freelance
> consultant. I was far away from Sybase products also.
> My former company called me back for helping them to migrate
> some open-server products that I wrote 10 years ago (still
> in solaris 2.6), and I was wondering if another Sybase
> solution was already able to open the use of network calls
> (maybe webservices) from inside transac-sql ?
> thanks for any advice.


Lynn Weatherwax Posted on 2007-03-23 16:02:38.0Z
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Hi - you can now invoke a Web Services from ASE - would this help?

http://infocenter.sybase.com/help/index.jsp?topic=/com.sybase.dc10061_1500/html/wbsrvcs/title.htm&toc=/com.sybase.help.ase_15.0/toc.xml

Lynn

<Jluc Rochat> wrote in message news:460302e5.2c52.1681692777@sybase.com...
> Hi guys,
> I'm an early adopter of dblib in 90's, and ctlib/cslib
> later.
> I wrote a pair of openserver software, mainly OS gateways
> that allowed to call external "C" network services (X25 or
> TCP-IP) from transac-sql stored procedures.
> during the past 10 years I mainly worked in Java areas
> (Apache JServ & Tomcat projects) and as a freelance
> consultant. I was far away from Sybase products also.
> My former company called me back for helping them to migrate
> some open-server products that I wrote 10 years ago (still
> in solaris 2.6), and I was wondering if another Sybase
> solution was already able to open the use of network calls
> (maybe webservices) from inside transac-sql ?
> thanks for any advice.


Jluc Rochat Posted on 2007-03-24 13:25:09.0Z
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> Hi - you can now invoke a Web Services from ASE - would
> this help?
>
>
http://infocenter.sybase.com/help/index.jsp?topic=/com.sybase.dc10061_1500/html/wbsrvcs/title.htm&toc=/com.sybase.help.ase_15.0/toc.xml
>
> Lynn

yep ! that's what I was looking for ! thanks.