SQL Anywhere can communicate with other Adaptive Servers, Open Server applications, and client software on the network. Clients can talk to one or more servers, and servers can communicate with other servers via remote procedure calls. For products to interact with one another, each needs to know where the others reside on the network. This network service information is stored in the interfaces file.
The interfaces file
Using the DSEdit utility
Opening a directory services session
Adding a server entry
Adding or changing the server address
Verifying the server address
Renaming a server entry
Deleting server entries
Configuring servers for JDBC
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