Re: [Zope] SybaseDA and ASA

2000-10-12 Thread Ralph Heinkel

On Thu, 12 Oct 2000, you wrote:
 I've installed zope 2.2.2, and compiled sy_occ.so for SybaseDA against
 sybase-common-cantrememberversion.rpm from Sybase.  (I assume it's the
 latest one).  Loading python and importing sy_occ works perfectly.
 
 BUT, I can't create a SybaseDA SQL connection object .  Specifically,
 trying to create it sez connection failed.  I've tried EVERY POSSIBLE
 parameter combination on the creation form.  None worked.
 
 By the way, I'm using Adaptive Server Anywhere for linux, 6.0.3.  It is
 NOT ASE.  It is ASA.
 
 Does sy_occ work with ASA, or only with ASE?  Any experiences?


Last week I was trying to upgrade from Zope V 2.1.6 (with working sybase
adapter) to a 2.2.x version, and my sybase adapter stop working (yes I
recompiled it). We are using ASE 11.9.2 on a linux box. Seems like Zope has
introduced some incompatibilities which no one has discovered so far.

Ralph


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[Zope] SybaseDA and ASA

2000-10-11 Thread Manuel Amador (Rudd-O)


Hey everyone,
first, let me thank you for all the help you've provided. Every
reply was fast, efficient and right to the point.
Second:
I've installed zope 2.2.2, and compiled sy_occ.so for SybaseDAagainst
sybase-common-cantrememberversion.rpm from Sybase. (I assume it's
the latest one). Loading python and importing sy_occ works perfectly.
BUT, I can't create a SybaseDA SQLconnection object . Specifically,
trying to create it sez connection failed. I've tried EVERYPOSSIBLE
parameter combination on the creation form. None worked.
By the way, I'm using Adaptive Server Anywhere for linux, 6.0.3.
It is NOTASE. It is ASA.
Does sy_occ work with ASA, or only with ASE? Any experiences?
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Manuel Amador (Rudd-O)