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i have a powerbuilder application i want to make it multiuser in sql anywhere network server environment
 when i start my sqlanywhere client on two different machines ,the client get started on both the machines but when i run my application,  it get started on first machine through the client
 but on second machine it gives a error message - unable to connect to database server,canot be started ,cannot find file or directory   its sqlcode number is 08001,but my sqlanywhere client is running on the second machine and it has found the network server ,also when i start my application on second machine it asks for the userid and password for sqlanywheer logon but it doesnot ask for the application when i start on the first machine
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by:lav
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Maybe you have configured the server as a standalone workstation.
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It sounds like the problem is that you have not invoked the sql server from the server machine.  When you do so, you should have a window which shows who has logged in, etc.  Also, from the client persepctive, make sure you point to that server.
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