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Primavera Database Monitoring

Primavera Database Monitoring

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Adaptive Server
Anywhere
User’s Guide
Last modified:November 2000Part Number:MC0057
 
Copyright © 2001 Sybase, Inc. All rights reserved.Information in this manual may change without notice and does not represent a commitment on the part of Sybase, Inc. and its subsidiaries.Sybase, Inc. provides the software described in this manual under a Sybase License Agreement. The software may beused only in accordance with the terms of the agreement.No part of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, or translated in any form or by any means, electronic,mechanical, manual, optical, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of Sybase, Inc.Sybase, SYBASE (logo), ADA Workbench, Adaptable Windowing Environment, Adaptive Component Architecture,Adaptive Server, Adaptive Server Anywhere, Adaptive Server Enterprise, Adaptive Server Enterprise Monitor, AdaptiveServer Enterprise Replication, Adaptive Server Everywhere, Adaptive Server IQ, Adaptive Warehouse, AnswerBase,Anywhere Studio, Application Manager, AppModeler, APT-Build, APT-Edit, APT-Execute, APT-FORMS, APT-Library,APT-Translator, APT Workbench, ASEP, Backup Server, BayCam, Bit-Wise, Certified PowerBuilder Developer, CertifiedSYBASE Professional, Certified SYBASE Professional (logo), ClearConnect, Client Services, Client-Library, CodeBank,Cohesion, Column Design, ComponentPack, Connection Manager, CSP, Data Pipeline, Data Workbench, DataArchitect,Database Analyzer, DataExpress, DataServer, DataWindow, DB-Library, dbQueue, Developers Workbench, DirectConnect Anywhere, DirectConnect, Distribution Director, Dynamo, E-Anywhere, E-Whatever, Electronic CaseManagement, Embedded SQL, EMS, Enterprise Application Server, Enterprise Application Studio, EnterpriseClient/Server, Enterprise Connect, Enterprise Data Studio, Enterprise Manager, Enterprise SQL Server Manager, EnterpriseWork Architecture, Enterprise Work Designer, Enterprise Work Modeler, EWA, Financial Fusion, First Impression,Formula One, Gateway Manager, GeoPoint, ImpactNow, InfoMaker, Information Anywhere, Information Everywhere,InformationConnect, InstaHelp, Intellidex, InternetBuilder, iScript, Jaguar CTS, jConnect for JDBC, KnowledgeBase,Logical Memory Manager, MainframeConnect, Maintenance Express, MAP, MDI Access Server, MDI Database Gateway,media.splash, MetaWorks, MethodSet, MobiCATS, MySupport, Net-Gateway, Net-Library, NetImpact, Next GenerationLearning, Next Generation Learning Studio, O DEVICE, OASiS, OASiS (logo), ObjectConnect, ObjectCycle,OmniConnect, OmniSQL Access Module, OmniSQL Toolkit, Open Client, Open Client/Server, Open Client/ServerInterfaces, Open ClientConnect, Open Gateway, Open Server, Open ServerConnect, Open Solutions, Optima++,Partnerships that Work, PB-Gen, PC APT Execute, PC DB-Net, PC Net Library, PhysicalArchitect, Power ThroughKnowledge, Power++, power.stop, PowerAMC, PowerBuilder, PowerBuilder Foundation Class Library, PowerDesigner,PowerDimensions, PowerDynamo, PowerJ, PowerScript, PowerSite, PowerSocket, Powersoft, Powersoft Portfolio,Powersoft Professional, PowerStage, PowerStudio, PowerTips, PowerWare Desktop, PowerWare Enterprise,ProcessAnalyst, Relational Beans, Replication Agent, Replication Driver, Replication Server, Replication Server Manager,Replication Toolkit, Report Workbench, Report-Execute, Resource Manager, RW-DisplayLib, RW-Library, S-Designor,S Designor, SAFE, SAFE/PRO, SDF, Secure SQL Server, Secure SQL Toolset, Security Guardian, SKILS, smart.partners,smart.parts, smart.script, SQL Advantage, SQL Anywhere, SQL Anywhere Studio, SQL Code Checker, SQL Debug,SQL Edit, SQL Edit/TPU, SQL Everywhere, SQL Modeler, SQL Remote, SQL Server, SQL Server Manager, SQL ServerSNMP SubAgent, SQL Server/CFT, SQL Server/DBM, SQL SMART, SQL Station, SQL Toolset, SQLJ, Startup.Com,STEP, SupportNow, Sybase Central, Sybase Client/Server Interfaces, Sybase Development Framework, Sybase FinancialServer, Sybase Gateways, Sybase Learning Connection, Sybase SQL Desktop, Sybase SQL Lifecycle, Sybase SQLWorkgroup, Sybase Synergy Program, Sybase User Workbench, Sybase Virtual Server Architecture, Sybase MPP,SybaseWare, Syber Financial, SyberAssist, SyBooks, System XI (logo), System 10, System 11, SystemTools, Tabular DataStream, The Enterprise Client/Server Company, The Extensible Software Platform, The Future Is Wide Open,The Learning Connection, The Model For Client/Server Solutions, The Online Information Center, Transact-SQL,Translation Toolkit, Turning Imagination Into Reality, UltraLite, UNIBOM, Unilib, Uninull, Unisep, Unistring,URK Runtime Kit for UniCode, Viewer, Visual Components, VisualSpeller, VisualWriter, VQL, Warehouse ControlCenter, Warehouse Studio, Warehouse WORKS, WarehouseArchitect, Watcom, Watcom SQL Server, Watcom SQL,Web.PB, Web.SQL, Web Deployment Kit, WebSights, WebViewer, WorkGroup SQL Server, XA-Library, XA-Server,and XP Server are trademarks of Sybase, Inc. or its subsidiaries.All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.Last modified: March 2000. Part Number: MC0057.
 
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Contents
About This Manual..........................................................xiii
Related documentation...........................................................xivDocumentation conventions....................................................xvThe sample database............................................................xviii
PART ONEStarting and Connecting to Your Database.....................11Running the Database Server...........................................3
Introduction...............................................................................4Starting the server.....................................................................7Some common command-line switches...................................9Stopping the database server.................................................15Starting and stopping databases............................................17Running the server outside the current session.....................18Troubleshooting server startup...............................................30
2Connecting to a Database...............................................33
Introduction to connections.....................................................34Connecting from Sybase Central or InteractiveSQL.........................................................................................38Simple connection examples..................................................41Working with ODBC data sources..........................................49Connecting from desktop applications to aWindows CE database............................................................59Connecting to a database using OLE DB...............................62Connection parameters...........................................................64Troubleshooting connections..................................................67Using integrated logins...........................................................77
3Client/Server Communications.......................................85
Network communication concepts..........................................86Real world protocol stacks......................................................91Supported network protocols..................................................94