I think I might be headed the correct direction but I am missing something. We have Kronos using ASA7 and CBORD using ASA11. I dinn'thave any issues using ASA7 until after ASA11 was installed. Initially I was able to set the connection string in the asasrv.ini file and this worked on WinXP. Now I have Win7 PC's and can not make them connect. At another site I have the same version ASA7 running and no connection problems but also no installation of ASA11. It seems clear to me that there is a conflict. I have them answering on diffeent TCPIP ports. But it seems like nothing I can do to make UDP not listen on port 2368. IS this my problem or is it something else?

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Just to double check: both servers run but your problem is to be able to connect to both?

I assume you have different names for the two servers?

(31 Aug '11, 09:59) Martin

Both servers are supposed to listen for UDP packets on port 2638. Can you show (1) the start line of each server, and (2) the connection strings you are using to try to connect?

You can either edit your question to add those pieces of information or put them in a comment.

(31 Aug '11, 10:33) Graeme Perrow

What error are you getting when you attempt to connect?

A common cause is not using an Engine (or Server) name connection parameter when autostarting a database. If there is another engine already running, the connection may attempt to try to start the database on that existing engine. This may or may not work depending on the version and engine type.

(31 Aug '11, 15:16) Chris Keating

It should be noted that the SQL Anywhere 11 client will not look in the (version 7) client file "asasrv.ini" for cache settings.

This cache file has been renamed (as of version 10) to be 'sasrv.ini':



(31 Aug '11, 15:27) Jeff Albion

don't know if this helps http://www.sybase.com/detail?id=1008968

it semms easier to do this on unix than it is on windows.

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