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Sybase Central 4.1 + Windows 2003 Server = no 'Services'?

4 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2003-05-30 15:10:25.0Z
Leonid Ortenberg Posted on 2003-05-29 15:45:29.0Z
From: "Leonid Ortenberg" <stormway@pisem.net>
Subject: Sybase Central 4.1 + Windows 2003 Server = no 'Services'?
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Hello, All.

I have SQL Anywhere Studio 8.0.2.4258 and Sybase Central 4.1.1.1380 in it.
On Windows 2003 Server (Enterprise Edition), i can't see 'Services' in the
Sybase Central, under 'Adaptive Server Anywhere 8' (the only present folder
is 'Utilities').

Question is: what should i do to be able manage Sybase services in this
Sybase Central?

P.S.: C++ Sybase Central, version 3.2 with plug-in for Sybase 7 can manage
services :)

Thanks.
/L
---
Saint-Petersburg, Russia.


Eric Bencina Posted on 2003-05-29 18:27:03.0Z
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This is a known issue which has been fixed in ASA 8.0.2.4259, and
8.0.1.3116.
Eric Bencina

"Leonid Ortenberg" <stormway@pisem.net> wrote in message
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> Hello, All.
>
> I have SQL Anywhere Studio 8.0.2.4258 and Sybase Central 4.1.1.1380 in it.
> On Windows 2003 Server (Enterprise Edition), i can't see 'Services' in the
> Sybase Central, under 'Adaptive Server Anywhere 8' (the only present
folder
> is 'Utilities').
>
> Question is: what should i do to be able manage Sybase services in this
> Sybase Central?
>
> P.S.: C++ Sybase Central, version 3.2 with plug-in for Sybase 7 can manage
> services :)
>
> Thanks.
> /L
> ---
> Saint-Petersburg, Russia.
>
>


Leonid Ortenberg Posted on 2003-05-30 13:21:03.0Z
From: "Leonid Ortenberg" <stormway@pisem.net>
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Subject: One more workaround found :)
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Thanks for your reply.
I found one more workaround: Sybase Central can be run in the 'compatibility
mode' (mode = Windows 2000), and then you can manage services :)

And one more question: where to find that 8.0.2.4259? The only available
thing on download site is 4258.
Thanks!

/L
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Saint-Petersburg, Russia.

"Eric Bencina" <nospam_ebencina@sybase.com> wrote in message
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> This is a known issue which has been fixed in ASA 8.0.2.4259, and
> 8.0.1.3116.
> Eric Bencina


Chris Keating (iAnywhere Solutions) Posted on 2003-05-30 15:10:25.0Z
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It will be on the http://downloads.sybase.com once it becomes available.

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"Leonid Ortenberg" <stormway@pisem.net> wrote in message
news:OvzEZ7qJDHA.220@forums-1-dub...
> Thanks for your reply.
> I found one more workaround: Sybase Central can be run in the
'compatibility
> mode' (mode = Windows 2000), and then you can manage services :)
>
> And one more question: where to find that 8.0.2.4259? The only available
> thing on download site is 4258.
> Thanks!
>
> /L
> ---
> Saint-Petersburg, Russia.
>
> "Eric Bencina" <nospam_ebencina@sybase.com> wrote in message
> news:elZiXDhJDHA.187@forums-2-dub...
> > This is a known issue which has been fixed in ASA 8.0.2.4259, and
> > 8.0.1.3116.
> > Eric Bencina
>
>