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SQL Anywhere 12.0.0 » SQL Anywhere Server - Database Administration » Starting and connecting to your database » Using SQL Anywhere database servers » Running the database server outside the current session » Service dependencies

 

Service groups overview

You can assign each service on your system to be a member of a service group. By default, each service belongs to a group, as listed in the following table.

Service Default group
Network server SQLANYServer
Personal server SQLANYEngine
MobiLink synchronization client SQLANYMLSync
SQL Remote Message Agent SQLANYRemote
MobiLink server SQLANYMobiLink
Broadcast Repeater utility SQLANYNS
MobiLink Listener SQLANYLSN
SQL Anywhere Volume Shadow Copy Service SQLANYVSS

Before you can configure your services to ensure that they start in the correct order, you must check that your service is a member of an appropriate group. You can check which group a service belongs to, and change this group, from Sybase Central.

 To check and change which group a service belongs to (Sybase Central)
  1. From the Context dropdown list, choose SQL Anywhere 12.

  2. In the right pane, click the Services tab.

  3. Select the service and then from the File menu, choose Properties.

  4. Click the Dependencies tab. The top text box displays the name of the group the service belongs to.

  5. Click Change to display a list of available groups on your system.

  6. Select one of the groups, or type a name for a new group.

  7. Click OK to assign the service to that group.