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ASA 6.0.3 ODBC drivers are too slow?
Hi all! I have a very big problem. I have a client connection with a server using ASA6.0.3 via modem, using RAS in Win2000. When I try to make an sql select command in my application it takes about 3 minutes. If I make the SAME sql select command via isql it takes only 2.5 seconds! How can it be possible?! I know that isql does not use ODBC, instead my applications does use it. Anyway is it possible a such a difference in timings?! Is there a way to optimize the connection via ODBC? Are there some new ASA 6.0.3 ODBC drivers that can solve the problem? Here the...
ASA 6.0.3 ODBC drivers are too slow?
Hi all! I have a very big problem. I have a client connection with a server using ASA6.0.3 via modem, using RAS in Win2000. When I try to make an sql select command in my application it takes about 3 minutes. If I make the SAME sql select command via isql it takes only 2.5 seconds! How can it be possible?! I know that isql does not use ODBC, instead my applications does use it. Anyway is it possible a such a difference in timings?! Is there a way to optimize the connection via ODBC? Are there some new ASA 6.0.3 ODBC drivers that can solve the problem? Here there...
ASA 6.0.3 ODBC drivers are too slow? #2
Hi all! I have a very big problem. I have a client connection with a server using ASA6.0.3 via modem, using RAS in Win2000. When I try to make an sql select command in my application it takes about 3 minutes. If I make the SAME sql select command via isql it takes only 2.5 seconds! How can it be possible?! I know that isql does not use ODBC, instead my applications does use it. Anyway is it possible a such a difference in timings?! Is there a way to optimize the connection via ODBC? Are there some new ASA 6.0.3 ODBC drivers that can solve the problem? Here there...
ASA 7 on Linux Red Hat 8.0 is slow
Hello to all, I have instaled ASA 7.0 on Red Hat 8.0 box(P IV 2 Ghz 512 Mb RAM) and conection from Win98 client to ASA server is very slow. Please provide me good 'pointer' where I can start to find any aditional info to solve this problem R. Deckard wrote: > Hello to all, > I have instaled ASA 7.0 on Red Hat 8.0 box(P IV 2 Ghz 512 Mb RAM) and > conection from Win98 client to ASA server is very slow. Please provide me > good 'pointer' where I can start to find any aditional info to solve this > problem > > Hi R. You will want to ask...
ASA 6.0.3 ODBC drivers are too slow? #3
Hi all! I have a very big problem. I have a client connection with a server using ASA6.0.3 via modem, using RAS in Win2000. When I try to make an sql select command in my application it takes about 3 minutes. If I make the SAME sql select command via isql it takes only 2.5 seconds! How can it be possible?! I know that isql does not use ODBC, instead my applications does use it. Anyway is it possible such a difference in timings?! Is there a way to optimize the connection via ODBC? Are there some new ASA 6.0.3 ODBC drivers that can solve the problem? Here there a...
chasing ASA 9.0.0 ODBC driver, must be PRE 9.0.0 ebf 1226
hi all, i am chasing un-updated odbc driver files (i assume DBODBC9.DLL plus related files) in an attempt to find a way to connect an old power++ app to ASA V9. I am using psdwe.ocx v5.0.3.1. Apparently this will work with 9.0.0 odbc driver files prior to ebf 1226. is there anywhere these older files can be found in the absence of an original 9.0.0 release CD? cheers, Luke You can certainly find that EBF on the downloads site (you may have to expand the timeframe to all and refresh the list). However, it will not install older files over newer files so you will nee...
RE: :ODBC 0.43 tests failed under cygwin perl 5.8.0 DBI 1.30 on N T4 SP 6a MERANT 5 32 bit ODBC driver 0.52.00.00
------_=_NextPart_001_01C290A3.ED9243D0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset='iso-8859-1' OK, thanks, 0.45xx didn't seem to be any better, so I decided to post the errors to the group. Mark. [Mark Buckle] -----Original Message----- From: Jeff Urlwin [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: 19 November 2002 15:34 To: Mark Buckle; [email protected] Cc: [email protected] Subject: RE: :ODBC 0.43 tests failed under cygwin perl 5.8.0 DBI 1.30 on NT4 SP 6a MERANT 5 32 bit ODBC driver 0.52.00.00 That's the driver. It seems that everything else is ok, but t...
DBD::ODBC 0.43 tests failed under cygwin perl 5.8.0 DBI 1.30 on N T4 SP 6a MERANT 5 32 bit ODBC driver 0.52.00.00
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odbc-warnings in ASA 8.0.0
I installed ASA 8.0.0 build 2285. This build reports more odbc-warnings than earlier versions (Engineering Case #272390) Is there a way to turn off the messageboxes that displays in pb-applications, without having to modify many sql-statements that causes warnings? Is there a odbc-setting? thanks for help I've had similar problems with PowerBuilder applications. See the April 9 thread with the Subject 'ASA 8 Build 2285 - General warning: Null value eliminated'. However, I don't know how to disable the warnings. On Tue, 16 Apr 2002 10:08:11 +0200, '...
SOS: Sync with Oracle 8.1.6.1.0 using 8.1.6.1.0 ODBC Driver
Help! If any customer has successfully replicated bi-directionally from ASA7 to Oracle 8i (8.1.6) using the Oracle 8.1.6 Oracle ODBC Driver, we would appreciate any insight you may have concerning the small number of steps involved in implementing replication. I may be contacted directly at (206) 933-4956. Martin Douglas Senior Data Architect e-Commerce Group Food Services of America Please always specify the version and MORE importantly the BUILD number of ASA you are using with each post. If you are having problems with this Oracle driver, some of our customers hav...
Migration from SQLAnywhere 8.0.0 to 8.0.2
Hi, We are planning to migrate one application from 8.0.0 to 8.0.2 which uses SQL Remote for replication. So, can we install two different versions of SQL Anywhere Studio i.e. 8.0.0 and 8.0.2 on the same machine? If not, then what are the migration issues, if any. Do I need to make changes in my existing code which interact with database? What is the overall effect of migration on SQL Remote stuff? Pointers most welcome. Thanks in advance. Pankaj Gupta Yes you can install 8.0.0 and 8.0.2 on the same machine. You do have to explicitly specify path information for the s...
SQL Anywhere 5.0 upgraded by ASA 6.0?, ASA 6.0 on Linux???
What is ASA? Is the newest version of Sybase SQL Anywhere 5.0? Can I directly upgrade a Database from SQL Anywhere 5.0 (windows NT) to ASA 6.0 or 7.0? Then, what is the database engine for Linux? or ASA 6.0 or 7.0 is multiplatform? Please, any help, I don't understand. P.S.: My SQL Anywhere 5.0 is boundled with DataEase Plus 2.77 conected via ODBC, will run with ASA on any platform? > What is ASA? Adaptive Server Anywhere. IE enchanced & considerably improved versions of old SQL Anywhere > Is the newest version of Sybase SQL Anywhere 5.0? No. Last versio...
ODBC driver for ASA 8
Can anyone please provide a link for a donwload of an ODBC driver for ASA8? I want to avoid installing the entire product on a specific computer, one that only needs to run a client side. This is no separate download. Do a custom install and select only the 'Client' component -or- manual deploy the ODBC driver (refer to documentation for details). -chris brillisoft wrote: > Can anyone please provide a link for a donwload of an ODBC driver for > ASA8? I want to avoid installing the entire product on a specific > computer, one that only needs to run a client s...
ODBC driver for ASA 8
Can anyone please provide a link for a donwload of an ODBC driver for ASA8? I want to avoid installing the entire product on a specific computer, one that only needs to run a client side. ...
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The iAnywhere Solutions 12 - Oracle ODBC driver is custom-tailored for use with iAnywhere software. This driver does not work with third-party software.

If you use Oracle with MobiLink or remote data access, you must install an Oracle client on the same computer as this Oracle driver.

The Oracle driver can be configured using the ODBC Administrator, the .odbc.ini file (in Unix), or the dbdsn utility.

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The following table provides the configuration options for the Oracle driver.

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Windows ODBC Data Source AdministratorConfiguration for dbdsn command line or .odbc.ini file Description
Data source name For dbdsn, use the -w option. A name to identify your data source.
User ID

UserID

In dbdsn, set this option in the connection string.

The default logon ID that the application uses to connect to your Oracle database. If you leave this field blank, you are prompted for the information when you connect.
Password

Password

In dbdsn, set this option in the connection string.

The password that the application uses to connect to your Oracle database. If you leave this field blank, you are prompted for the information when you connect.
TNS service nameServiceNameThe TNS Service Name that is stored in network/admin/tnsnames.ora under your Oracle installation directory.
Encrypt Password

For dbdsn, use the -pe option.

Not supported for .odbc.ini.

Select this checkbox if you want the password to be stored in encrypted form in the data source.
Procedure returns results or uses VARRAY parameters

ProcResults

In dbdsn, set this option in the connection string.

ProcOwner

In dbdsn, set this option in the connection string.

Select this field if your stored procedures can return results or if the stored procedures use Oracle VARRAYs. The default is that this option is not selected. If your download_cursor or download_delete_cursor scripts are stored procedure invocations, select this checkbox.

If no stored procedures use VARRAYs and none of them returns a result set, clear this checkbox to improve performance.

Array Size

ArraySize

In dbdsn, set this option in the connection string.

The size, in bytes, of the byte array used to prefetch rows, on a per-statement basis. The default is 60000. Increasing this value can significantly improve fetch performance (such as during MobiLink server downloads) at the cost of extra memory allocation.
Enable Microsoft distributed transactions

For dbdsn, use the enableMSDIC option in the connection string.

Not supported for .odbc.ini.

Select this checkbox if you want to enlist your transactions in the Microsoft Distributed Transaction Coordinator. When selected, the Oracle ODBC driver requires an Oracle binary file, oramts10.dll for Oracle Database 10g clients or oramts11.dll for Oracle Database 11g clients.
Windows configuration

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Unix configuration
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