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Sybase EAServer/ASE

 
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Greetings,

I recently bumped into your Forum Solution in Java, and I find it very interesting.

I was wondering, does it work with EAServer (Enterprise Application Server) And ASE (Adaptive Server Enteprise - Database server) ?

Thank you.
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Well, I never heard anything about it. You'll have to try it yourself and tell us

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Well, I have the JDBC Driver for ASE (SybDriver), which database should I use ? and where to edit all this?
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I can also make a Datasource to it, then which one should I use ?
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You should use the SQL Server dao implementation. That should most likely work as Sybase and MS SQL Server are very similar (SQL Server was derived from Sybase)
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It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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