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Hi, Can i ask some help on this please, how can i solve this problem "JZ0SJ: Metadata accessor information was not found on this database"....I could not log into my account in my application. please help me sybase people.

Thank you in advance.

asked 18 Dec '13, 08:55

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This can occur if jConnect metadata support is not installed in the database file. When creating the database, you have the option of installing the supporting metadata (it is installed by default). Upgrading the database file will allow you to install this support. (See this documentation page)

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answered 18 Dec '13, 09:19

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Hi Thank you for the reply... On my other computer my database and my application works fine,but on this computer that i am using it right now is not working it gives me that error.. i don't know why..i tried your suggestion but the metadata checkbox is greyed out and i can't tick on the checkbox...when i continue to upgrade it fails it says that cannot upgrade when the "mydb" is in used!.Here is a little info for the sybase i use maybe the this will help you..Adaptive Server Anywhere 9 version 9.0.2.3951 and the sybase central 4.3.0.2475..thank you in advance.

(18 Dec '13, 12:43) mathiascolebar
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For 9.0.2, you cannot use 'ALTER DATABASE UPGRADE' to install the jConnect metadata system objects - this feature was added in SQL Anywhere 10.

For 9.0.2, you will instead need to run a specific SQL file against your database that is included with the SQL Anywhere install. See: %ASANY9%\scripts\jcatalog.sql

(18 Dec '13, 16:50) Jeff Albion
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