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Accessing SQL Server 2000 via UNIX

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Hi,

I am having a problem accessing SQL Server 2000 via UNIX. I am
accessing SQL Server 2000 from Solaris using Sybase Open Client
(CT-Lib). Here is the error message:

CT-LIBRARY error:
ct_connect(): network packet layer: internal net library
error: Net-Library operation terminated due to disconnect

I have another SQL server 6.5 and I do not have any problems accessing
6.5 using the same strategy. Can someone tell me how I should
configure to access SQL Server 2000 from UNIX?

Thanks,
Amy
Jul 20 '05 #1
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I would guess that the network libraries have changed enough between SQL 6.5 and 2000 that using
your old Sybase connector wouldn't work any more. SQL 6.5 was very similar to Sybase; SQL 2000 is
probably much different, "under the covers".

You may need to get some updated middleware software.
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Hi,

I am having a problem accessing SQL Server 2000 via UNIX. I am
accessing SQL Server 2000 from Solaris using Sybase Open Client
(CT-Lib). Here is the error message:

CT-LIBRARY error:
ct_connect(): network packet layer: internal net library
error: Net-Library operation terminated due to disconnect

I have another SQL server 6.5 and I do not have any problems accessing
6.5 using the same strategy. Can someone tell me how I should
configure to access SQL Server 2000 from UNIX?

Thanks,
Amy

Jul 20 '05 #2

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