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I have a SYBASE ASE 15 server that I'm attempting to connect to remotely. The user I'm attempting to login as has a login trigger configured that sets a couple of the sso and sa roles. I can login locally with the user and everything works fine. I'm able to do everything I need to as the user.

Logging in remotely is another story. I get the same errors as above, but any query after logging in results in the following error:

Execution of login script '' failed with last error = 3606.  See server errorlog for details.

If I look at the error log on the server, it does have that error, which is an arithmetic overflow. Does anyone have any ideas why a login would throw an arithmetic overflow? I'm fairly convinced it doesn't have anything to do with the login script at this point, but I'm still not entirely sure.

asked 19 Feb '13, 10:25

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edited 19 Feb '13, 10:53

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This forum is focussed on Sybase SQL Anywhere aka SQLA, not Sybase ASE. So your chances are better in an ASE specific forum - cf. this forum's FAQ.

(19 Feb '13, 10:29) Volker Barth

The question has been closed for the following reason "Question is off-topic or not relevant" by Mark Culp 19 Feb '13, 10:40

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