Servoy R2 2.0 RC11 available

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Postby Jan Aleman » Mon Apr 12, 2004 12:28 am

It indicates you don't have the correct version of Java installed. Make sure to install the version you can find here:

http://javashoplm.sun.com/ECom/docs/Wel ... onId=noreg
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got the same result...

Postby gatzki » Mon Apr 12, 2004 1:16 am

Thanks for the quick reply!

:( unfortunatly it didnM-4t help. I had already the right version, uninstalled it, reinstalled it and got the same message...
I just wanted to this to do this to change to the iAnwhere Database. (The Firebird release ..11 works fine)

I changed manually to the iAnywhere database. The only part i miss, is the service to start the Databases. For that i thought it would be handy to use your servoy.config file.

It would be great if you could post the content of this file.
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Postby jcompagner » Mon Apr 12, 2004 7:47 am

it looks like youre jar file is corrupt..
Did you try to download it again?

sybase config looks like this:

-ti 0 -x tcpip{dobroadcast=no} -qs -qw -o sybase_db/sybase_log.txt
database/servoy_repository.db
database/user_data.db
database/example.db
database/log_data.db
database/crm.db

but what good would that do for you because do you have sybase installed?
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iAnywhere, Syncronization - Servoy on Windows CE , Palm?

Postby fire » Mon Apr 12, 2004 11:09 am

Hi!

Exciting news with this new release! iAnywhere sounds interesting - I noticed that one of the features of iAnywhere is data syncronization, and transaction queing etc .... when offline...

1) How does Servoy take advantage of these features of iAnywhere?
2) Where on the roadmap will Servoy port itself to operate on Palm or Windows CE? Can ya give us a rough idea?


Thanks a bunch!!!!!!

Keep up the good work! :D
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Postby gatzki » Mon Apr 12, 2004 1:17 pm

The jar File is ok. Worked fine on the mac...

There must be something wrong with my environment on the PC (Windows XP).

Needed the servoy.config file to have a look how to configurate the server. There are many options.
Now I am starting a service wich get the options from a file. It' s strange it works only if iplace the file directly in c:/ ... however...

Another extraordinary behavior i found while starting the server on the mac:
If i run the command "dbsrv9 -n servername" in the Terminal directly (without shell) it works fine. If i use the shell i get always a "command not found" back. I think i have to get more familiar with the terminal...
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Postby jcompagner » Mon Apr 12, 2004 1:25 pm

why don't you download the windows exe file and see of that one works..

what do you mean with the servoy.config file?
What do you want to know?

repository database location?

server.0.URL=jdbc\:sybase\:Tds\:localhost\:2638?ServiceName\=servoy_repository&CHARSET\=utf8
server.0.catalog=<none>
server.0.connectionValidationType=0
server.0.driver=com.sybase.jdbc2.jdbc.SybDriver
server.0.enabled=true
server.0.maxConnectionsActive=10
server.0.maxConnectionsIdle=10
server.0.password=SQL
server.0.schema=<none>
server.0.serverName=repository_server
server.0.userName=DBA
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Postby gatzki » Mon Apr 12, 2004 1:42 pm

Is there a windows.exe for the release 11 ?
I just found the jar file in the download area...

But however - everything is working fine with the Information you gave me. I'm just wondering about some minor things wich aren' t in the first place a servoy topic.

So, thanks a lot for your help!
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Postby Jan Aleman » Tue Apr 13, 2004 3:05 pm

There's only a jar installer, if Java is installed correctly your machine should open jar files with Java. Does it not on your machine?
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Re: iAnywhere, Syncronization - Servoy on Windows CE , Palm?

Postby Jan Aleman » Tue Apr 13, 2004 3:08 pm

fire wrote:Exciting news with this new release! iAnywhere sounds interesting - I noticed that one of the features of iAnywhere is data syncronization, and transaction queing etc .... when offline...

1) How does Servoy take advantage of these features of iAnywhere?
2) Where on the roadmap will Servoy port itself to operate on Palm or Windows CE? Can ya give us a rough idea?


1) Not yet at the moment. We have planned to add synchronizing features to our products this year.
2) We have the technology ready for a Palm and CE version. Development will take 3-6 months but will not start until we find enough customer willing to buy it. If you are interested in this version please contact sales@servoy.com
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