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Connection Error; [Sybase][ODBC Driver][SQL Anywhere]Database Server Not Found

Dear Everyone,

Any idea why I did not open now the Met/Track in other station or client station. Connection Error [Sybase][ODBC Driver][SQL Anywhere]Database Server Not Found. Previously I open it on 4 working station but now I cannot open it. I can open it or run only on the server station.

Any idea or could you help us to solve this issue.

Regards,

Oliver

 

 

 

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Michael Johnston

Are you running it locally or in a server-client setup? If you're doing locally, try stopping and starting your database connection (it's in the Fluke folder of Programs). Might need to check the server settings if you're doing a client setup.

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Krista E.

Oliver,

Check your odbc settings.  It is possible if in your TCP/IP connection settings you have a hard-coded IP address of  your server that the IP address has changed.  If you can start the database engine (try stopping and re-starting it) without erros this would be a very good possibility.

There is an article on our support site that details the ODBC settings on a client. This will probably help. Or send an email to softwaresupport@flukecal.com to open a support ticket.

Best Regards,

Krista Erickson

 

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Oliver Vher

Dear sir,

Thank you very much for the reply, yes your correct I already stop and start again the database engine and it works now.

Regards,

Oliver

 

 

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Oliver Vher

Dear Krista,

Thank you for the reply, yes your correct I already try to stop and start again the database engine and it works now.

Thanks,

Oliver 

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Eduardo Alfredo Lizano Venegas

try stopping and starting your database connection, didn't work for me.... Anything else?

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Krista E.

Eduardo, 

Please send a request to softwaresupport@flukecal.com to open a support ticket.  I'll send you an article on starting it in command line mode which will tell us what the issue is. 

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