Using SQL Anywhere 12, we have a remote server defined which is in productive use for quite a while. Having installed SQL Anywhere 16, everything runs fine except the remote server is not working any more.
With Sybase Central version 12, when creating a new remote server, the Wizard asks for: Provide Connection Details and I can choose JDBC.
In Sybase Central version 16, there is no possibility to specify the Connection Details. The Wizard sets ODBC.
What does invalid server class mean and what can I do to get the correct server class? Why can't I specify Connection Details any more? What about the JDBC connection of the previously set remote server and how to get it to work again?
Thanks a lot for any help.
asked 25 Nov '15, 07:34
AFAIK, with 12.0.1, all JDBC-based server classes (primarly SAJDBC and ASEJDBC) were deprecated, and with v16, they were discontinued.
Here's what 12.0.1 tells for class SAJDBC:
Given that, I guess you will have to use ALTER SERVER to modify the class to use the according ODBC-based class, possibly using a DSN-less connection.