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Where can you find the database_authentication string that needs to be put into %SQLANY11%\Scripts\authenticate.sql?

asked 03 Oct '13, 07:02

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edited 03 Oct '13, 11:35

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Breck Carter

Hi, I would say you have to fill the form, send to Sybase: .. and receive two auth strings, one for the server, one for client app, as stated here:

cheers, marcello

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answered 03 Oct '13, 07:08

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