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Terminal Server and the Database Engine

3 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2003-01-30 01:32:36.0Z
chang Posted on 2003-01-29 23:25:50.0Z
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I am having a problem with different sessions in terminal server. Multiply
sessions are trying to use the Anywhere Database Engine and only one is
allowed. The rest get a connect fail. Is it possible to setup the Adaptive
Server Anywhere Database Engine to share with each Terminal Server session?


Chris Keating Posted on 2003-01-30 01:32:36.0Z
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Are you running a network server (i.e., dbsrvX.exe where x is the major
version 50,6,7,8)? Is the database server licensed for more than 1 user?

<chang> wrote in message
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> I am having a problem with different sessions in terminal server. Multiply
> sessions are trying to use the Anywhere Database Engine and only one is
> allowed. The rest get a connect fail. Is it possible to setup the Adaptive
> Server Anywhere Database Engine to share with each Terminal Server

session?


Michael Gould Posted on 2003-01-30 01:21:13.0Z
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Yes, we are running our application under Citrix MetaFrame which runs on top
of Terminal services with about 100 users currently connected.

Michael Gould

<chang> wrote in message
news:50FCDCF607A2DC510080B54F85256CBD.0080B55F85256CBD@webforums...
> I am having a problem with different sessions in terminal server. Multiply
> sessions are trying to use the Anywhere Database Engine and only one is
> allowed. The rest get a connect fail. Is it possible to setup the Adaptive
> Server Anywhere Database Engine to share with each Terminal Server

session?