I know why this happens but in my opinion I think even a silly action should not kill the server instance.
I was playing with a JASON array and thought the message command could do something like
I use 188.8.131.523 as the server engine.
Only to let you know.
asked 28 Jan '16, 11:54
We would agree. No client action should not be able to crash the server. That's why we fixed this in later SPs/EBFs than the one you are using.
SQLA Bug Fix ( CR#771618 ) "Server crash when using ARRAY or ROW type values in MESSAGE statement"
Fixed in 16.0.0 builds >= 2020
answered 28 Jan '16, 11:59
Nick Elson S...
Thanks for the report.
This is a bug and should be resolved in a later version of SQL Anywhere.
Versions 184.108.40.2060 and later along with all releases of 17 have this issue fixed.
answered 28 Jan '16, 11:58
I've tried this will the latest version of 16 and I get the error:
Cannot convert varray to a long varchar
and the server keeps running.
I'd suggest that you upgrade to a newer version.