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Hello All,

I am having SQl Anywhare 11. When ever I try to run select * from sys.sysservers, It throws error "table sys.sysservers not found! ".

How can I find this Table ? Do I need any extra permission ?

asked 27 Jun '13, 04:07

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edited 27 Jun '13, 08:48

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Use SYS.SYSSERVER

http://dcx.sybase.com/1101/en/sachanges_en11/newjasper-s-3432164.html

From the documentation: Previous versions of the catalog contained a SYSSERVERS system table. That table has been renamed to be ISYSSERVER (without an 'S'), and is the underlying table for this view.

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answered 27 Jun '13, 06:03

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edited 27 Jun '13, 08:00

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