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I am developing a database application with 6 users
I am using a WINDOWS 95 network.
I put the SQLAnywhere .db file in the file server

I run  in the server the following statement:
dbsrv50 -n My_serv_db "c:\mrw\mrw.db"

I run at client the following:
dbclienw -n My_serv_db,  

at client appears this message:   Server not found

If i run both previous statements at server it works:

Can you tell me exactly what i a have to do at server and at clien machines........ Thanks  
                             Cesar.
                Caracas Venezuela
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I think you have problem with network , not with client and server.Look the TCP and IPX protocols.
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