If you want to use SQL Anywhere as an Open Server, you must ensure that you start it using the TCP/IP protocol. By default, the server starts all available communications protocols, but you can limit the protocols started by listing them explicitly in the command. For example, the following command starts the TCP/IP communication protocol:
dbsrv12 -x tcpip -n myserver c:\mydata.db
You can use the personal database server as an Open Server for communications on the same computer because it supports the TCP/IP protocol.
The server can serve other applications through the TCP/IP protocol or other protocols using the SQL Anywhere-specific application protocol at the same time as serving Sybase Open Client applications over TDS.
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