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ASE11.5.1.1 with Service Pack 6a?

3 posts in Windows NT Last posting was on 2000-01-31 19:51:48.0Z
Alan Ramsay Posted on 2000-01-30 22:37:26.0Z
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Any one got any experience good / bad / ugly of running ASE11.5.1.1 on
Service Pack 6a?

Just wondering before going and upgrading our test servers here.

Thanks

Alan


Matt Ray Posted on 2000-01-31 14:26:34.0Z
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None, but we have had an interesting problem with a stored proc on ASE
11.5.1.1 on SP 5. We get a disconnect with no clean up when doing a
particular "begin tran" within a stored procedure. Other procs are almost
identical, but we don't get this messy error. I'm curious, why are you
going to SP 6? Anything you've heard? Are you having problems with SP 5?

Alan Ramsay wrote:

> Any one got any experience good / bad / ugly of running ASE11.5.1.1 on
> Service Pack 6a?
>
> Just wondering before going and upgrading our test servers here.
>
> Thanks
>
> Alan


Alan Ramsay Posted on 2000-01-31 19:51:48.0Z
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"Matt Ray" <mray@fbmc-benefits.com> wrote in message
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> None, but we have had an interesting problem with a stored proc on ASE
> 11.5.1.1 on SP 5. We get a disconnect with no clean up when doing a
> particular "begin tran" within a stored procedure. Other procs are almost
> identical, but we don't get this messy error. I'm curious, why are you
> going to SP 6? Anything you've heard? Are you having problems with SP 5?

We are having problems with one one of our Apps which is a PB5 app, but only
when connecting between ASE11.5.1.1 on NT SP5 and NT Client on SP5. - The
app gives a Dr Watson error (normally at the same point in the app, but can
not be recreated at will).

Now, when the server is Unix based (Sun Solaris ASE 11.5.1.1) we don't get
this problem, even with an identical client.

Have upgraded the client to SP6a, and just wanted to try the server too; was
wondering if there was a general consensus of go for it, or don't touch it
with a barge poll.

Cheers

Alan