I am supporting a legacy system running under ASA 8.0.2.3601, Sybase central version 4.1.1.1370.

I would like to view and manage the database service in Sybase Central. But the "Services" folder does not show, only the "Utilities" folder.

The Help shows what I am expecting to see, but the progarm does not. And I can't see or remember any settings that affect that.

Is there a trick I am missing?

Thanks, Bill

asked 15 Sep '11, 14:24

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Any chance to upgrade to a somewhat "newer" 8.0.3 EBF?

(16 Sep '11, 03:05) Volker Barth

I suspect that the problem is related to this fix

================(Build #4259  - Engineering Case #320277)================

When installed on Windows 2003, the Services folder in the ASA and MobiLink 
plug-ins for Sybase Central would not be available. This has been fixed.
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answered 15 Sep '11, 16:52

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Bingo! Thanks Chris.

(15 Sep '11, 16:54) Bill Aumen

Note that if you are simply starting or stopping a service, that this can also be done from the "Services" widget inside of the "Administrative Tools" area of the Control Panel...

(15 Sep '11, 17:22) Erik Anderson
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Or simply "NET START ... " and "NET STOP ... " in a command shell...

(16 Sep '11, 03:04) Volker Barth

I wanted to view the parameters of the service.

But... AMAZINGLY... I see the 8.0.3 patch and a later 8.0.3 EBF are still on the web site, so I will apply those. I know that might be a wee bit past "supported releases", thanks iAnywhere!

(16 Sep '11, 14:24) Bill Aumen
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If that doesn't work, there is a fallback of hacking into the registry, the parameters are on a subkey of the service definition.

(16 Sep '11, 15:22) Erik Anderson

That is a great piece of info to have, for now and/or other uses. Thanks Erik.

(19 Sep '11, 17:00) Bill Aumen

FWIW, SQL Anywhere services are listed in the registry in the services subtree (i.e. HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services), usually with a "SQLANYs_" prefix.

The parameters are listed in the default Parameters subkey.

(20 Sep '11, 03:44) Volker Barth
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