I just inherited some legacy code that uses SQL Anywhere. The server name is truncated, whenever constructed, to 30 characters. This causes problems for some users. I want to find out if this is a SQLA limitation, but haven't found a definitive answer in last day of searching.

asked 09 Nov '09, 19:52

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The limit was 40 bytes except for shared memory on unix, which was 31 bytes. This was bumped to 250 bytes in version 10.

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answered 10 Nov '09, 16:54

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If my hazey memory recalls correctly versions prior to 10 restricted the length of the servername parameter. I think it was 40 bytes

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answered 10 Nov '09, 16:24

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