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I would like the information if sybase 9 64bits accepts the connection string and, What would be the correct string for the connection?

asked 25 Jun '21, 08:53

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Walmir Taques
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edited 28 Jun '21, 11:53

I'm not sure what you mean by "the correct string" since there is an infinite variety of possible connection strings.

Here's a Windows 10 command file that works to create, start and connect to a SQL Anywhere 9 database via ISQL...

  -p 4096^

  -c 100M^
  -o dbeng9_log_ddd9.txt^
  -os 10M^
  -x none^

  -c "ENG=ddd9;DBN=ddd9;UID=dba;PWD=sql;CON=ddd9-1"

  -c "ENG=ddd9;DBN=ddd9;UID=dba;PWD=sql;CON=ddd9-2"

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answered 25 Jun '21, 17:12

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Breck Carter
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edited 25 Jun '21, 17:25

Thanks!@Breck Carter

I was trying to connect an application to Sybase 9, it worked using the following string:

**Driver=Sql Anywhere 17;ENG=XXXXX;UID=dba;PWD=XXXXXX;DBN=XXXXX;**

I don't have ASA 9 in 64bits, for that reason I used ASA 17.

(28 Jun '21, 11:47) Walmir Taques
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