Delphi Connection Issue?

I am creating a new ASE 11.9.2 on NT.  This server will be used with a 
Borland Delphi client. 

In the past we have always named our ASE the same as the server/network 
name.  So, for ex, the box is named server1 and the ASE is named server1. 

Now we want to name the box serverxx and the ASE on box serverxx something 
else, for example asexx.

This works fine with creating ASE, just using the defaults. I can also 
connect via SQL Advantage with no problem.

However, I can't get the BDE Delphi administrator to connect to ASE.

Does anyone have any ideas? Is this even feasible with Delphi?

Thanks.

Linda
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lritter
12/6/2000 8:00:25 PM
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Is Delphi using ODBC?  If so, you'll have to create an ODBC Data Source.
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Jim
12/7/2000 3:36:40 AM
Hi Linda,

you will need to install the Open Client; the BDE get�s
the connection information from the "sql.ini" file where
you specify the network protocol, the ip and the port -
and choose a name, which can be "strawberry" or
anything you like...

HTH, Stefan

lritter@CreativeSolutions.com wrote in message ...
>I am creating a new ASE 11.9.2 on NT.  This server will be used with a
>Borland Delphi client.
>
>In the past we have always named our ASE the same as the server/network
>name.  So, for ex, the box is named server1 and the ASE is named server1.
>
>Now we want to name the box serverxx and the ASE on box serverxx something
>else, for example asexx.
>
>This works fine with creating ASE, just using the defaults. I can also
>connect via SQL Advantage with no problem.
>
>However, I can't get the BDE Delphi administrator to connect to ASE.
>
>Does anyone have any ideas? Is this even feasible with Delphi?
>
>Thanks.
>
>Linda


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Stefan
12/9/2000 11:04:08 AM
hello:

Stephan Marais (www.geocities.com/~maraisfamily, if i do remember exactly), 
have a collection of components that 'simulate' Sybase db-lib, ct-lib in 
Delphi, and they can be used very nice having the Sybase Open Client 
installed.

Maybe they are worth to check.

Stefan
stefan.giuros@connex.ro
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Anonymous
12/11/2000 8:39:01 AM
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