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Frederic STOCK...
Posted: Mon Jun 22, 2009 8:04 pm
 
Hi,

running Progress V9.1E under Windows 2000 server.
I run database broker using a service (-N TCP -S my_service)

When trying to run client (on same server) using -H localhost -N TCP -S
my_service the client can connect to database.
If I run using -H my_server instead of localhost, the client can not
connect anymore "there is no server for database my_database with -H
my_server -S my_service".

What's wrong ?
Is it a Progress config or Windows config ?

Thank's.
Regards.

F. STOCK
 
Frederic STOCK...
Posted: Mon Jun 22, 2009 8:09 pm
 
Frederic STOCK a écrit :
Quote:
Hi,

running Progress V9.1E under Windows 2000 server.
I run database broker using a service (-N TCP -S my_service)

When trying to run client (on same server) using -H localhost -N TCP -S
my_service the client can connect to database.
If I run using -H my_server instead of localhost, the client can not
connect anymore "there is no server for database my_database with -H
my_server -S my_service".

What's wrong ?
Is it a Progress config or Windows config ?

Thank's.
Regards.

F. STOCK

Hi,

in seems I made a mistake during install, I insert a personnel database
licence instead of workgroup database licence.
Could it be the reason of the problem ?

Thanks.
Regards.

F. STOCK
 
Stefan M....
Posted: Tue Jun 23, 2009 1:53 pm
 
On Mon, 22 Jun 2009 18:04:04 +0200, Frederic STOCK
<f.stock at (no spam) jmontblanc.fr> wrote:

Quote:
Hi,

running Progress V9.1E under Windows 2000 server.
I run database broker using a service (-N TCP -S my_service)

When trying to run client (on same server) using -H localhost -N TCP -S
my_service the client can connect to database.
If I run using -H my_server instead of localhost, the client can not
connect anymore "there is no server for database my_database with -H
my_server -S my_service".

What's wrong ?
Is it a Progress config or Windows config ?

Thank's.
Regards.

F. STOCK

Hi,

perhaps your licence only allows local connections?
Check netstat -a for your -S port

Stefan
 
Frederic STOCK...
Posted: Tue Jun 23, 2009 7:43 pm
 
Stefan M. a écrit :
Quote:
On Mon, 22 Jun 2009 18:04:04 +0200, Frederic STOCK
f.stock at (no spam) jmontblanc.fr> wrote:

Hi,

running Progress V9.1E under Windows 2000 server.
I run database broker using a service (-N TCP -S my_service)

When trying to run client (on same server) using -H localhost -N TCP -S
my_service the client can connect to database.
If I run using -H my_server instead of localhost, the client can not
connect anymore "there is no server for database my_database with -H
my_server -S my_service".

What's wrong ?
Is it a Progress config or Windows config ?

Thank's.
Regards.

F. STOCK

Hi,

perhaps your licence only allows local connections?
Check netstat -a for your -S port

Stefan

Hi Stephan,

I installed a Provision licence which allows only a local database
server connection with 5 clients only. (that I could verify in windows
eventlog "this license is only for local connections (4393)".
So, I reinstalled it with a database server licence and now I can
connect from lan with many users.

Regards.
F. STOCK
 
 
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