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  1. #1
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    Red face Unanswered: ASA Evaluation Edition on Linux

    Hi,

    Is there a way to increase the number of connections accepted by the evaluation edition of ASA?

    I am running ASA 9.0.2 on SUSE Linux 10 ES and developed a simple application which creates DB connections using JDBC. After 10 (yes, ten) connections, subsequent connections return SQLException: LZ00L: Login Failed.

    BTW. Option -gn 100 seems to have no effect

    Thanks

  2. #2
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    use dblic command to change no of license

  3. #3
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    You can't dblic eval version

  4. #4
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    Thumbs up

    YES, I supposed not to use dblic to change no of license for evaluation
    What I'm saying is I'm able to change technically since I had done before

    It doesn't mean I have done, that why I'm using evaluation copy by 50 users
    now.

    Watcom SQLAnywhere is very good Database so that once you decide
    you want to use as life, we must buy license accordingly.

  5. #5
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    Mar 2007
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    Thanks so much.

    In fact, I discovered some deeper causes of the problem.

    1. I started the ASA server the WRONG way
    I took for good the PDF file which came with the server and there the examples used 'dbeng9 -n host ...'
    Inspiring from Windows version, I came across 'dbsrv9 -n host ...' and now the issue no longer appears

    2. There was an issue with my JDBC application. At some point, while the transaction was not yet committed, it attempted to get a new connection in the same thread. At this point, JDBC driver (jConnect) reported the Login Failed error (the credentials were OK, BTW). Once I reused the connection for that thread, everything went OK with both dbeng9 and dbsrv9.

    I assume the open transaction forbids the creation of new connections in the
    same thread? Am I right?

    Thanks anyway.
    Cris

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