I was wondering if you could help me. If you can't could please forward this message to someone who can?
Pentium Pro (Clone)
64 MB Ram
2 GB Hardrive
Windows 95a Client
Windows NT Server
Using Sybase SQL Anywhere version 5.500.
Added the Sybase SQL Anywhere 5.501 patch for Win95.
Using Borland Delphi Version 2.0 Client-Server
Using BDE Version 3.0
Added BDE 3.5 Patch.
Accessing Sybase SQL Anywhere via ODBC driver. (Supplied by Sybase)
I have been using Delphi 2.0 for about six months on a Windows NT machine. Using the same software (Except Sybase pacth for NT of coarse). I has worked perfectly. I have recently tried to use a Windows 95 machine. This cause major problems.
I am having some "difficulty". Using the TDatabase component with Sybase SQL Anywhere. Delphi is "Hanging" when I set a TDatabase to connected = true then false.
I can access the tables perfectly from Sybase SQL Central and Borland SQL Explorer. This is what I don't understand.
The error happens on all Windows 95 machines. It does not happen on any Windows NT machines.
I can produce the error using a single form, and a single TDatabase component.
Am I missing a patch?
Is there something I can do about it?
Do you think this is a problem with Delphi ?(Be honest)
Do you think this is a problem with BDE?
Do you think this is a problem with SQL Anywhere?
This is very frustrating.
Thanks for reading,
Develus Systems Inc.