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From: philip dot c dot w dot chan at hsbcam dot com
Subject: Re: 1003 to 1111
Date: May 21 1999 7:24AM

Try taking out the retry count and retry delay from your
interfaces file.





From: MIME:Neil.Ratzlaff@ucop.edu AT INTERNETMAIL on 20-05-99
08:27 PM

To:   SYBPERL-L@listproc.net AT
INTERNETMAIL@TFS@INTERNETMAIL@ccMTA-am-hk-lippo, Philip C
W CHAN/IT/HK/HSBCAM
cc:
Subject:  1003 to 1111



We are trying to switch from Sybase OpenClient 1003 to 1111 and
perl scripts break.  The old versions of perl 5.004 and sybperl
2.09  were not touched.

This message appears:
Message number: LAYER = (5)  ORIGIN = (3)   SEVERITY = (4)
NUMBER = (3) Message string:  ct_connect(): network packet
layer:  internal net library
error:  Specified server name attribute could not be found
Died at line 43

The lines of code are:
Line 42  $pwaDbh = new Sybase::CTlib $USR, $PASSWD, $SRVR, pwa;
LIne 43   if (!(defined(pwaDbh))) ( die; )

The first part of the program defines which version of
OpenClient to use by specifying the directory.  We must be
missing something simple, but what is it?

Thanks for any help,
Neil


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