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ASA connected to Oracle

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2009-10-20 19:27:58.0Z
Hernán Castellani Posted on 2009-10-20 15:41:13.0Z
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Hi all:

I have a PowerBuilder Application (PB9) connected to
propietary application server and locally an ASA 8 server.
The application server is connected to Oracle database and I
need to run some queries in Oracle from PowerBuilder
bypassing the application server. If possible connect ASA to
Oracle via proxi tables or some similar?
PS: I need to find any solution without using EAServer


Hernán Castellani Posted on 2009-10-20 19:27:58.0Z
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I have found what I'm looking for. From Sybase Central, I
just create a remote server and then a proxy table with
CREATE EXISTING TABLE... and all work fine for me.

Thanks a lot!
Hernán

> Hi all:
>
> I have a PowerBuilder Application (PB9) connected to
> propietary application server and locally an ASA 8 server.
> The application server is connected to Oracle database and
> I need to run some queries in Oracle from PowerBuilder
> bypassing the application server. If possible connect ASA
> to Oracle via proxi tables or some similar?
> PS: I need to find any solution without using EAServer