quandary82 at hailmail.net
Thu Apr 21 03:09:23 EDT 2011
Probably it was removed because it doesn't work with ASE 15.5, which is
the current version.
I tried it, and it just didn't work.
If you find a driver that works, let me know.
I wanted to try how compatible Sybase is with MS-SQL, since they have a
Couldn't get Sybase to work with Ubuntu 10 (worked fine on 9), but
10.10's anyway a desaster.
Looking forward to v11, coming April 28/29. Else I'm switching back to
good old Debian.
My understanding is that Sybase sells their .NET driver, but that only
together with a support contract (& accompanying download login) that
you don't really need, and there is no telling whether that .NET driver
works on Linux.
All in all pretty bad if you only want to evaluate it, because right-now
Am 20.04.2011 16:08, schrieb Troy Hamilton:
> I see that the Mono.Data.SybaseClient driver was removed from the Mono
> source tree on March 2, 2010 with the commit message "Moved
> depreciated library." Was this driver depreciated in favor of another
> driver for connecting to Sybase or was it simply removed due to lack
> of a maintainer?
> I ask because I recently began using this driver from 2.6.7, and it
> works great (and it's blazingly fast) except that it does not support
> VARCHARs greater than 255 characters (this was added in Sybase 12.5x,
> I believe).
> I've changed the request and response capability flags in
> Tds50.Connect() so that they match those found in jtds. I'm now
> getting the same server response (verified with wireshark) as with
> jtds which includes the entire, non-truncated varchar, but for some
> reason, the driver doesn't process the response packets
> correctly--IDataReader.Read() always returns false even when the db
> returned results.
> I'll keep digging into this, but I would certainly appreciate any advice.
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