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SQL Anywhere 12.0.0 » SQL Anywhere Server - Database Administration » Replication » Using SQL Anywhere as an Open Server » Setting up SQL Anywhere as an Open Server


Starting the database server as an Open Server

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 commands are both valid:

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.

 Port numbers
 Sybase Open Client settings