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high performance: API to connect to sybase shared memory

3 posts in Product Futures Discussion Last posting was on 2002-02-01 23:39:19.0Z
Vincent Greff Posted on 2002-01-30 21:46:01.0Z
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Subject: high performance: API to connect to sybase shared memory
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If a process is running on the same machine that the dataServer, is there a
faster API (without going thru a socket) than CT-lib/DB-lib to connect to
the dataServer (shared memory)? If it was possible to directly connect to
the dataServer shared memory thru a library, I could avoid transfering a lot
of data from one process to another, it would all be local.


Thank you in advance for your help.

Vincent B. Greff : vgreff@citadelgroup.com


girish Posted on 2002-02-01 21:46:44.0Z
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Such a high performance driver is available through the ASE-EJB support
in ASE-12.5
Look through it and see if it interests you.

-Girish Vaitheeswaran
Server Performance Group
Sybase Inc.


Bret Halford Posted on 2002-02-01 23:39:19.0Z
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Date: Fri, 01 Feb 2002 16:39:19 -0700
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Here is the documentation on it:

http://manuals.sybase.com:80/onlinebooks/group-as/asg1250e/ejbserv

-bret

girish@sybase.com wrote:

> Such a high performance driver is available through the ASE-EJB support
> in ASE-12.5
> Look through it and see if it interests you.
>
> -Girish Vaitheeswaran
> Server Performance Group
> Sybase Inc.