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Cannot run sybase as a service on windows server 2003

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We have a Windows Server 2003 machine which has sybase installed on it and I'm trying to get it to run as a service, however when you run the sybase central there is no services tab shown in the window and so cannot get it to run as a service.
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by:ChrisKing
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If you are talking about ASE
You should find that an entry was added into the services (and another for the backup server), just change the startup type to automatic
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by:CRNeo
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I can't see any new services been added, just tried to create a db in sybase too and it come up with an error??? Sorry i don't know much about this but neither do our developers !!!
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by:ChrisKing
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which Sybase product ? ASE or ASA, and which version
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by:CRNeo
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IIRC it's ASA and it's version 8

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mansoor_a_khan earned 250 total points
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I think u need to configure the sybase central dll, try and check whcih DLL is being used by sybase central, I think at present none, check that out.

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