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4 Post-Deployment Configuration

  • Go to the SAP web site:
  • Log in with your active SAP support credentials.

  • On the left side of the page, select Databases.

  • Select SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise.

  • Re-authenticate with your SAP support credentials.

  • Select Database Patches.



  • Select the appropriate platform for where the driver will be placed (Oracle Management Agent host):

    - AIX 64-bit

    - HP-UX on IA64 64-bit

    - Linux on x86_64 64-bit

    - Oracle Solaris on SPARC 64-bit

    - Windows on x64 64-bit

  • Check the box for ASEBC1600002 and click Add to Download Basket.

  • Re-authenticate with your SAP support credentials. Close the pop-up dialog box once added to Download Basket.

  • Click Maintain Download Basket.

  • In the pop-up windows, click ASEBC1600002 in the description column.

  • The file will begin downloading in your web browser.

  • Extract the downloaded file with SAP's extraction utility. This must be done on a Windows host. See Downloading SAPCAR for details.

  • After extracting the file, the file should be located in the directory.

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    Connect to Sybase (SybaseToSQL)

    Use the Connect to Sybase dialog box to connect to the Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE) instance that you want to migrate.

    To access this dialog box, on the File menu, select Connect to Sybase. If you have previously connected, the command is Reconnect to Sybase.


    Select any of the installed Provider on the machine for connecting to the Sybase Server.

    Select either standard or advanced connection mode. In standard mode, you enter or select values for the server name, port, user name, and password. In advanced mode, you provide a connection string.

    Server name
    Enter or select the name or IP address of the Adaptive Server. The default server name is the same as the computer name. This is a standard mode option.

    Server port
    If you are using a non-default port for connections to ASE, enter the port number. The default port number is 5000. This is a standard mode option.

    User name
    Enter the user name that is used to connect to ASE. This is a standard mode option.

    Enter the password for the user name. This is a standard mode option.

    Connection string
    Enter the full connection string for the connection to ASE.

    Connection strings consist of parameter name and value pairs. The names of the parameters vary with the provider being used.

    Connection parameters for various providers are as follows:

    1. Connection parameters for OLE DB Provider

      SettingSybase 12.5 ParameterSybase 15 Parameter
      Server nameServer NameServer
      PortServer Port AddressPort
      User nameUser IDUser ID

      For Sybase ASE 12.5, an example connection string is as follows:

      For Sybase ASE 15, an example connection string is as follows:

    2. Connection parameters for ODBC Provider

      SettingSybase 12.5/15 Parameter
      Driver Namedriver
      Server NameServer
      User NameUid
      Port NumberPort

      For Sybase ASE 12.5 or 15, an example connection string is as follows:

    3. Connection parameters for ADO.NET Provider

      SettingSybase 12.5/15 Parameter
      Server NameServer
      User NameUid
      Port NumberPort

      An example of the Connection string for ADO.NET Provider is as follow:

      For more information, see the ASE documentation.

      This is an advanced mode option.

    Next steps

    The next step in the migration process is to Connect to SQL Server.


    ServerPort parameter (PORT)


    TCP/IP (all platforms), HTTP, HTTPS




    The default value for TCP/IP is 2638. The default value for HTTP is 80. The default value for HTTPS is 443.


    The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority has assigned the IQ database server port number 2638 to use for TCP/IP communications. However, applications are not disallowed from using this reserved port, and this may result in an addressing collision between the database server and another application.

    In the case of the database server, the ServerPort option designates the port number on which to communicate using TCP/IP.

    In a data source, the ServerPort option informs the client of the port or ports on which database servers are listening for TCP/IP communication. The client broadcasts to every port that is specified on the ServerPort parameter to find the server.

    The database server always listens on port 2638, even if you specify a different port using a network communication parameter. Hence, applications can connect to the database server without specifying a port number. An exception is the HP-UX operating system, on which the server does not listen on port 2638 if it is started on another port.

    By default, the database server listens on the standard HTTP and HTTPS ports of 80 and 443, respectively.


    1. On Windows, start an IQ network server:

      start_iq -x tcpip c:\sybase\IQ-15_1\demo\iqdemo.db

      Port number 2638 is now taken.

    2. Attempt to start another database server:

      start_iq -x tcpip c:\sybase\IQ-15_1\demo\iqdemo2.db

      This fails with an error “Server failed to start. Possible cause: - port number invalid or already in use,” as the port is currently allocated.

      If the -z switch is used as well, the console also displays the error “Couldn't bind to specified address.”

    3. Start another database server, assigning a different port number to it:

      start_iq -x "tcpip(ServerPort=2639)" c:\sybase\IQ-15_1\demo\iqdemo2.db

      This should succeed as long as 2639 is not a reserved port and no other application has allocated it.

    4. If another web server on your machine is already using port 80 or you do not have permission to start a server on this low a port number, you may want to start a server that listens on an alternate port, such as 8080:

      start_iq -xs http(port=8080) -n server3 web.db

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