The TCP/IP communication protocol is required when a SQL Anywhere database server is used as an Open Server. This protocol is started by default for the network server.
You can use the personal database server as an Open Server for communications on the same computer because it supports the TCP/IP protocol. You must request the protocol when starting the personal server. For example, the following command starts the TCP/IP communication protocol:
dbeng16 -x tcpip -n myserver c:\mydata.db
The SQL Anywhere database server can serve other applications through the TCP/IP protocol at the same time as serving Sybase Open Client applications over TDS.
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