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Possible JDBC Connection ERROR

 
Jason Travis
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Hello. I am developing a logging application which among other things reports on statistics from Sybase servers.
I have reciently noticed during testing on Solaris 7 that a message appears stating the following:
slsyb11: SENH_ERR_ABORTED: Session Aborted; PABR_TDISCON: Transport Disconnect Received
I was wondering if anyone else has experienced a similar problem and has found a resolution.
Thanks in Advance....
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Jamie Robertson
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I don't know Sybase error messages at all but it sounds like a connection is made, then abruptly disconnected. Are you trying to go through a firewall?
Does Sybase have error message documentation that might help you trouble shoot this?
Jamie
 
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Jason Travis
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No...not going through firewall but have discovered that since I am opening a socket connection to the port (in this case port 4005) which is where the Sybase Database connector is listening, it appears that this error message is being thrown due to not passing the correct information.
Some background on what I am doing. Basically, I want to check specific ports for services running and log, page, and email when a service is found to not be running on a specific port.
Under Solaris 7, the Sybase Database connector service is started through inetd. I suspect that the error message I am recieving is due to not passing any information to the socket after its creation.
So, at this point in time, I am very interested in finding out what information you pass to connect to the database through the process of creating a socket connection to the database connector port.
Thanks in advance. I do appreciate all the assistance.
 
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