Connection interrupted - error 9268

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chad77

Re: Connection interrupted - error 9268

Post by chad77 » 07 Apr 2016, 10:29

;
; Unify Corporation 2008
; SQLBase INItialization file

; Win32 (Windows 2000, XP and Vista)
;------------------------------------
; This section is for the SQLBase Win32 database server. You can
; specify which communication protocol(s) the server can use as well as which
; protocol(s) a database can use.

[dbntsrv]
dbname=ISLAND
dbname=SBTASK
ANSIJoinSyntax=1
centurydefaultmode=1
autorc=1
defaultrc=2

; The number of database pages that can be cached in memory
; Pages are per server, and shared with all databases
; Recommended: at least 20000
cache=128000
; The default value for readonly is 1, which allows use of "read only" and
; "read committed" (RO and RC) isolation levels. Uncommenting "readonly=0"
; will disallow use of RO and RC isolation levels.
;readonly=0

; To get process logging, specify a log file and display level.
;log=c:\dbsrv.log
;displevel=4

;
; SQLBase supports communicating through named pipes. Named pipes
; support Windows network authentication and allows a client running
; on the same machine to find a server without explicit configuration
; Options are:
; namedpipes=No ; 0 - Named pipes not enabled
; namedpipes=Yes ; 1 - Named pipes are enabled for local and remote access
; namedpipes=LocalOnly ; 2 - Named pipes are enabled for local access only. Remote access is denied
;
NamedPipes=LocalOnly
tempdir=D:\BASEARLEQUIN\
dbdir=D:\BASEARLEQUIN\
ipv4listenaddress=10.10.28.6:2261
servername=SERVER9,sqlws32
oracleouterjoin=0
partitions=0
secureapi=0
autolocktable=0
batchpriority=0
Users=800
log=d:\logbase\log.txt


;
; The USECLIENTCOUNTRY setting is used to require the client
; COUNTRY configuration setting to match what is being used on the server.
;
; 0 - Server assumes client COUNTRY setting is compatible with the
; one the server is using. The client no longer needs to specify
; the COUNTRY configuration parameter when the server has it set.
; However, the client should be using the same character set as
; the server.
; 1 - Client COUNTRY= setting must match what the server is using
;
; The default value is 0, COUNTRY setting not required
;
; USECLIENTCOUNTRY=0

DBNAME=COMBA
DBNAME=SQLCON
[dbntsrv.gui]

[dbntsrv.dll]
comdll=sqlws32
;comdll=sqlapipe

[dbntsrv.apipe]

[dbntsrv.ws32]
ListenPort=2261

; Win32 (Windows 2000, XP and Vista)
;------------------------------------
; Use this section to specify Win32 client workstation parameters that
; are independent of the communications protocol(s) being used.
;
; This section is for the Win32 client workstations. Here you will specify
; the COMmunication DLL(s) that the Win32 application(s) intend to use.
; Use the following protocol(s) to connect to the specified SQLBase product:
;
; comdll SQLBase target
; ------ --------------
; sqlapipe LOCAL database using Anonymous Pipes
; sqlws32 REMOTE database using TCP/IP (WinSock)

[win32client]
; On 11.7 and above, if the CLIENTNAME is not specified, the computername
; will be displayed on the server. Also, the CLIENTNAME is not limited to 12 characters.
clientname=Win32User

; The transports option overrides the [win32client.dll] section.
; Possible values for transports are
;
; npipe,tcpv4,tcpv6,apipe
transports=npipe,tcp,apipe
clientruntimedir=C:\Program Files\Gupta\SQLBase 12.0\

;
; The [win32client.dll] used to have a list of communication .dll's
; to use for communication. Communication .dll's have been removed.
; This section is read and interpreted to be backwards compatibible.
; The transports parameter now supersedes it.
;
;[win32client.dll]
;comdll=sqlws32
;comdll=sqlapipe

[win32client.npipe]
serverpath=SERVER9,10.10.28.6

[win32client.apipe]

[win32client.ws32]
serverpath=SERVER9,10.10.28.6:2261/COMBA

Mike Vandine

Re: Connection interrupted - error 9268

Post by Mike Vandine » 12 Apr 2016, 04:51

Have you looked at the other thread regarding this issue? What do your client PC names look like?

Not really too much to go on here. :(

Mike Vandine

Re: Connection interrupted - error 9268

Post by Mike Vandine » 12 Apr 2016, 04:51

Do you have a Technical Support contract with us? That would help a lot with getting testcases, etc.

chad77

Re: Connection interrupted - error 9268

Post by chad77 » 21 Apr 2016, 14:57

i dont have a technical support :(

I have everyday error 3804 3806 :( :( :(

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