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From: Michael Peppler <mpeppler at peppler dot org>
Subject: Re: Naming one's hostname for sp_who
Date: Oct 12 2001 4:51PM

Edward J. Sabol writes:
 > I'm coming into this thread a few days late, and this is only tangentially
 > related, I suppose, but I have often noticed that any DBD::Sybase connections
 > never list the hostname they are connecting from when I do a "sp_who". Why is
 > that? Can anything be done to fix that? (We're still using 11.0.3, FYI.)

DBD::Sybase using Client Library (as does Sybase::CTlib), and Client
Library does NOT default the hostname in the connection. The hostname
can be set with the ct_con_props() call. For DBD::Sybase you can
specify the "hostname" in the DBI->connect() call - see the
DBD::Sybase man page for details.

Michael
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