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In SQLAnywhere- dbeng50 on which port does it listen by default?

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Hi !

When I start SQLAnyWhere DB engine on which port does it listen by default and can I change the default port ?

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The SQL Anywhere database server is designated port number 1498 to use for TCP/IP communications.

You can change the default port by using the serverport startup parameter, as in:

dbsrv50 -x tcpip{ServerPort=1499} c:\sqlany50\sademo2.db

Your message title mentions dbeng50, which is the standalone, single-user engine.  You have to run dbsrv50 to support multiple users.


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