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Reading a McChrystal thread elsewhere, I came across someone quoting a US general > I spent 33 years and four months in active military service and > during that period I spent most of my time as a high class thug for > Big Business, for Wall Street and the bankers. In short, I was a > racketeer, a gangster for capitalism. I helped make Mexico and > especially Tampico safe for American oil interests in 1914. I helped > make Haiti and Cuba a decent place for the National City Bank boys to > collect revenues in. I ...

ASE to ASE
Hi, Is anyone out there doing ASE to ASE replication using SQL remote? If you are have created your own version of the SSEXTRACT utility to set up a replicant database in ASE rather than ASA? Or does anyone know if SYBASE has created a version SSEXTRACT for use with ASE to ASE replication? Thanks in advance Doug Trainer Hi Douglas, I thought the SQL Remote Replication support in ASE11.5 was meant for a consolidate-database only (by design)! At least that was what Sybase said when they announced support for SQL Remote technology support in ASE11.5. I will be happy to...

ASE and ASE
Could it be possible to take scripts from ASA and load them in an ASE Any information is welcome jean-fran�ois ASA supports a fairly large sub-set of Transact-SQL, so if you write your stored procedures and triggers in ASA using T-SQL, you should be able to create scripts that will run against both ASE and ASA. If you're planning to do this though, I would suggest developing your database schema against ASA, since everything you write in T-SQL in ASA will be supported on ASE, but the reverse is not true. Check out the section in the ASA documentation entitled "Tra...

ASE 12 & ASE 15 compatibility with Windows Server 2003
Hi, We've some ASE 12 & ASE 15 databases. We connect those databases from different geographic locations. We also connect to those databases via Citrix server. At present the OS installed in the Citrix Server is Windows 2000. And we are planning to upgrade the same to Windows 2003. Prior upgrading, we want to confirm the compatibility of ASE 12 & ASE 15 with Windows Server 2003. Note: We've 10+ applications in Citrix Server that connects to the ASE 12/ASE 15 databases. Kindly advise. Thanks! Regards, Velu Hi, You can use Sybase's certificati...

ASE ODBC Driver 15.x backward compatible with ASE 12.5.x
Can anyone point me to a statement by Sybase that ASE ODBC Driver 15 will work with ASE 12.5.x databases? I'm under the impression that it is backward compatible but I will need to install the 15.x cataloging stored procedures in the 12.5.x servers to allow MS Access / Excel / Query type users to work. -- Thank You Scott Kellish --- Quote of the Minute --- Dilbert's Words of Wisdom: Tell me what you need, and I'll tell you how to get along without it. _________________________________________ Scott Kellish, Owner SoftSystem Solutions, LLC. 18 Ridge Road...

ASA To ASE - VS
What are the differents in terms of configuring SQL Remote Between ASA to ASE and ASE To ASE ? You should start with the Help file and then ask specific questions: Data Replication with SQL Remote PART 5. Appendix APPENDIX A. Enterprise and Anywhere: Differences There are many differences, so begin there. -- David Fishburn Sybase Please only post to the newsgroup BH Ong <bhong@tm.net.my> wrote in message news:01bf4b98$33183580$7ccdc8c8@virtual-branch... > What are the differents in terms of configuring SQL Remote Between ASA to > ASE and ASE To ASE ...

Compatibilities with RS and ASE
We are running ASE 12.5. We have RS 12.1 Can it run with ASE 12.5 and also what is the latest version of RS that is compatible with ASE12.5 Thanks Wes Barrett wrote: > We are running ASE 12.5. We have RS 12.1 Can it run with > ASE 12.5 and also what is the latest version of RS that is > compatible with ASE12.5 > > Thanks Yes it will run with ase12.5 but it won't support the new features of 12.5. The most current version would be RS 12.6 ...

compatibility between ASE platforms
Is ASE compatible among different operating systems assuming that it is the same version number? For example, if due to project budget constraints, I decide to have my development environment on Sybase 12 on Windows NT/2000 and my production environment on Sybase 12 running on AIX 4.3, can I transparently move stored procedure code, database objects and data (via BCP for example) between one database and the other? I understand the performance characteristics would be drastically different but I am mostly worried about the compatibility of code, data structures and data. Than...

Compatibility of jConnect with ASE
Does anyone know the compatibility of jConnect4.2 and jConnect5.2 with Adaptive Server Enterprise 11.9.2 and 12.0? Thanks, Sharon either version of jConnect will work with ASE 11.9.x and above as well as ASE 10.x - 11.5 ...

compatibility with ASE in the future?
With some of the changes in SQL Anywhere 10, we are wondering whether the current high level of compatibility between ASE and sql anywhere will continue. Specifically the following changing in version 10 of sql anywhere: "All ALTER statements now use ALTER as a subclause, instead of MODIFY.... The MODIFY syntax is still supported but deprecated..." As long as the support continues we are ok. However SQL Anywhere will be dropping support for transact outer joins (*=): "Transact-SQL outer joins have been deprecated in this release, and will not be supported in fut...

ASE compatibility question.
Is ASE compatible with and supported for OMNI Connect version 10.1.2? Doug ...

Adding ASE to existing ASE-to-ASE Installation
I am using all ASE's in my SQLRemote setup. My current installation consists of a Consolidated ASE & 2 Remote ASE's. My attempt to add another Remote ASE to the existing installation consists of these steps: - Install the sqlremote system objects in the new Remote - Install the stable queues in the new Remote - Manually extract a bcp file of the shared table from the Cons server - Configure the Cons server for another subscriber - Configure the new Remote's shared table, publications, & subscriptions. - Manually b...

Compatibility between ASE & ASA
Dear All, We have a query on ASE contaning more than 2 columns in the "Group By" and the "Order By " is "Order by Compute Sum(Amount) by group1, Compute Sum(Amount) by group2" How can we write the same query in ASA and get the same result ? TIA According to the ASA 7 Help... ===== Adaptive Server Anywhere does not support the following keywords and clauses of the Transact-SQL SELECT statement syntax: SHARED keyword COMPUTE clause FOR BROWSE clause GROUP BY ALL clause ===== What exactly does your query look like? Breck On Thu, ...

ODBC Driver Compatibility for ASE
Is there a Sybase document that identifies ODBC driver compatibility with ASE? Our clients are using the ASE 12.0 driver and we are looking at migrating to ASE 12.5. I need to find out if the ODBC drivers need to be updated on the client. Is there an eaasy way to find this info in the technical documents? Thx Richard Kinread Hi Richard, It is not easy to find this info. The vendor of the driver, Datadirect Technologies, provides a matrix of database compatibility, but they only indicate their most current 2 levels of driver. For Sybase ASE ODBC Driver this means 4.10...

ASE-ASA DATETIME COMPATIBILITY
We have a table in ASE which has few datetime columns. We have the same table in ASA too created with datetime as the datatype for those columns. But we the data gets loaded it gives an error message saying "can not convert into timestamp". I would like to know what is the equalant ASA datatype declaration for datetime in ASE? We use ASE - 11.9.5 AND ASA - 6.0.3 Ananthi DATETIME should be sufficient. But it is equivalent to the base data type of TIMESTAMP which isn't the same as the ASE TIMESTAMP. Perhaps the order of the date as exported from ASE doesn...

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