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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Facing some strange issue with Sybase while using with .net application

    We are facing some strange issue with Sybase while using with .net application. Some time we get exceptions like below:
    • Column referenced (display_name) does not exist
    • Column referenced (asp_permission) does not exist
    • Column referenced (ss_state) does not exist
    • etc
    Whereas all columns are available and it works properly, however some time its stared throwing above exceptions,
    Apart from above issue , one more issue is very frequent, below is the details.
    • If we are calling a stored procedure from the ASE ADO.NET Data Provider, that contains "print" statements, an AseException occurs. For example, if you call the store procedure, which contains many print statements, we will receive an AseException.
    Below are the steps we follow to use Sybase 15.7 with ADO.Net :
    1. We upgraded our Sybase database from Sybase 12.5.1 to Sybase 15.7.0
    2. We are using Sybase ADO.Net Driver of Sybase “Sybase.AdoNet2.AseClient” with Version : 2.155.1015.0 Runtime version : v2.0.50727
    3. We are using this assembly from Global Assembly cache.
    4. Platform for application in Development :
    • Windows XP 32 bit,
    • Microsoft Visual Studio .Net 2010
    • .Net Framework 4.0
    • Sybase Client 15.5
    5. Platform for application in Test Server :
    • Windows Server 2008 64 bit
    • Microsoft Visual Studio .Net 2010
    • .Net Framework 4.0
    • Sybase Client 15.5
    6. When we run database in Compatibility mode with Sybase 12.5.1 its works fine

  2. #2
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    What is the exception message?
    oh yeah... documentation... I have heard of that.

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