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Connection Caches

2 posts in Appeon specific for EAServer use Last posting was on 2003-01-30 22:05:02.0Z
Larry Cermak [Team Sybase] Posted on 2003-01-28 22:50:34.0Z
From: "Larry Cermak [Team Sybase]" <lcermak@branick-inc.com>
Subject: Connection Caches
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The installation process seems to have broken by JDBC connection caches.
There are 2 appeon databases running (dbsrv7) processes and I believe this
is causing the problem.

Also the Appeon transactions that you can define have to be JDBC and ODBC is
not supported. Any reason for this as there are a lot of applications that
use ODBC.

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Larry Cermak [Team Sybase]
Branick Consulting, Inc.
www.branick-inc.com
EAServer Consulting and Training
Web DataWindow eBook


Rex Geissler Posted on 2003-01-30 22:05:02.0Z
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Larry,

Yes, I see the 2 dbsrv7 processes also and will log an issue on this.

In AEM, only JDBC Connection Caches are listed, leaving out both Native and
ODBC Connection Caches. An issue will be logged on this as we discussed in
the Beta Conference Call on Wednesday. As a potential work-around, you might
consider trying a JDBC-ODBC Connection Cache like the EASDemo_JdbcOdbc one.

Regards, Rex

"Larry Cermak [Team Sybase]" <lcermak@branick-inc.com> wrote in message
news:VBMlIKyxCHA.308@forums.sybase.com...
> The installation process seems to have broken by JDBC connection caches.
> There are 2 appeon databases running (dbsrv7) processes and I believe this
> is causing the problem.
>
> Also the Appeon transactions that you can define have to be JDBC and ODBC
is
> not supported. Any reason for this as there are a lot of applications
that
> use ODBC.
>
> --
> Larry Cermak [Team Sybase]
> Branick Consulting, Inc.
> www.branick-inc.com
> EAServer Consulting and Training
> Web DataWindow eBook
>
>
>
>