si it means it's free now ? I can download it from any website and use itQuote:
> Hiya Viper,
> SQL Any 5 has long since been End of Life'ed, no copies are available at
> download.sybase.com You could possibly get one from an account rep at
> your Sybase Local office.
> si it means it's free now ? I can download it from any website and use it
> for free ?
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> > > SQL Any 5 has long since been End of Life'ed, no copies are available
> > > download.sybase.com You could possibly get one from an account rep at
> > > your Sybase Local office.
> > si it means it's free now ? I can download it from any website and use
> > for free ?
> No, it means Sybase no longer sells it and you'd be very lucky to
> find a copy. Try looking around to buy a second hand copy - however,
> there may be license issues doing that.
We purchased Sybase SQL Anywhere 5.0 some time ago but have only recently
deployed it. The problem we have is as follows:
We are trying to set up SQL Remote to automatically receive and apply SMTP
messages from a subsidiary office. The problem is that when we run SQL Remote,
the system picks up the mail messages, applies them, then displays the
Processing transaction logs from directory "dbremote"
Cannot open transaction log directory "dbremote"
Sending messages interrupted
After this SQL Remote will not pick up any further mail messages. Both the
database file and its log file are actually stored the following directory on
the fileserver: other\sql_data\sentinel\
I have now spent many hours trying to solve this problem, but as I am a
complete novice it appears to be beyond my capabilities. I would very much
appreciate any assistance you could give.
Thanks and Regards,