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Sybase Version: Trying to get to work on Win7/64 bit. I can get the database to run and our PowerBuilder application to run. What I can't get to run is our application services that look at the database to see if they are needed.

When each of the services try to start up, I get "Cannot find the language resource file (dblgen10.dll)".

Looking at the service start up log what I get is below:

04-23-13 12:55:25: Exception while attempting to connect & authenticate. iAnywhere.Data.SQLAnywhere.SAException: ðfØ at iAnywhere.Data.SQLAnywhere.SAConnection.Open() at com.ints.util.Database.SybaseDatabase.GetConnection()

What do I need to do for the services to find dblgen10.dll.

asked 23 Apr '13, 17:18

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Store it in a directory which is in the environment variable PATH, or you can install it into Windows\System32...

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answered 24 Apr '13, 03:58

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edited 24 Apr '13, 03:59

I have checked the environmental variable PATH and copied dblgen10.dll to several places. I just now put it in windowssystem32 and still get the same cannot find dblgen10.dll.

(24 Apr '13, 10:29) donc
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What bitness (32 bit/64 bit/ AnyCPU )is your application services? By default, .NET applications compile as AnyCPU which allows them to run on either as 32 bit on 32 bit platforms or 64 bit on 64 bit platforms (and differing chipsets i.e. Itanium vs x64). You need to ensure that the client components required by the SA .NET client match the bitness that the managed code is running. What bitness is the dblgen10.dll that you deployed?

(24 Apr '13, 14:57) Chris Keating

The dblgen10.dll is a 32 bit module.

(24 Apr '13, 16:01) donc

Are your application services also 32 bit?

(24 Apr '13, 16:02) Chris Keating

I am using the services.msc file from my win7/64 vm. How can I tell if it is 32 or 64 bit?

(24 Apr '13, 16:12) donc

The services.exe shows PE32+ executable (GUI) x86-64, for MS Windows.

(24 Apr '13, 16:17) donc
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Using .net CorFlags /32bit+ {module} on each of the services I am starting, has made them work.

Thanks for the help.

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answered 24 Apr '13, 17:55

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