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Administrative login

3 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2010-10-03 16:59:18.0Z
Leonid Kizelshteyn Posted on 2010-09-30 22:06:33.0Z
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Hi, experts;

I'm new to the iAnywhere and my question may sound stupid.

I've got iAnywhere DB (msk.db) which I can't use - the login info is missing
(DB comes as part of the other software). Unfortunately, software developer
has been bought by some other company, than another deal went through. To
make long story short, the best answer I've got from technical support (from
company inherited the product) was "I don't know". The sad part is that data
stuck in that DB is desperately needed L



My question is: Does the "emergency" login exist? Something like
"Admin/Backdoor"? Does anybody has a tool, which I can use to re-establish
administrator rights to that DB under new name/account? What available tools
should I use to retrieve data?

Many thanks in advance



Leo


David Kerber <ns_dkerber Posted on 2010-10-01 12:17:11.0Z
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In article <4ca509e9@forums-1-dub>, leokiz@hotmail.com says...

>
> Hi, experts;
>
> I'm new to the iAnywhere and my question may sound stupid.
>
> I've got iAnywhere DB (msk.db) which I can't use - the login info is missing
> (DB comes as part of the other software). Unfortunately, software developer
> has been bought by some other company, than another deal went through. To
> make long story short, the best answer I've got from technical support (from
> company inherited the product) was "I don't know". The sad part is that data
> stuck in that DB is desperately needed L
>
>
>
> My question is: Does the "emergency" login exist? Something like
> "Admin/Backdoor"? Does anybody has a tool, which I can use to re-establish
> administrator rights to that DB under new name/account? What available tools
> should I use to retrieve data?
>
> Many thanks in advance
>
>
>
> Leo

Contact Sybase tech support directly; that's probably your only hope.

D


Breck Carter [TeamSybase] Posted on 2010-10-03 16:59:18.0Z
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On 30 Sep 2010 15:06:33 -0700, "Leonid Kizelshteyn"

<leokiz@hotmail.com> wrote:

>My question is: Does the "emergency" login exist? Something like
>"Admin/Backdoor"?

No.

>Does anybody has a tool, which I can use to re-establish
>administrator rights to that DB under new name/account?

No.

>What available tools
>should I use to retrieve data?

None that work without a userid and password.

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