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Where can I get documentation on Sybase "TDS" proxies?

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Does anyone know where I can find documentation on the Sybase "TDS" proxy which allows clients, using the Sybase JConnect 6.0.5 JDBC driver, to remotely access a database?

It also allows users with an ODBC-JDBC gateway (provided by vendors including EasySoft and Merant) to load data into ODBC-enabled applications such as Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Access.

Each inbound connection, via the proxy, creates its own new connection to the database and does not use the standard pooled connections.

Back in early 2012 further technical information from Sybase regarding this feature used to be found here:

http://www.sybase.com/detail?id=1009781

Does anyone know where to find it now?

Thanks in advance,

Jim

(apologies if this is a duplicate post - I cannot find the one I posted last week)

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former_member188958
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Hi James,

In general, the "wayback machine" at http://www.archive.org is a great resource for recovering web pages from the past (provided they weren't behind a login wall or dynamically generated).

The most recent capture of the page you are asking for was

https://web.archive.org/web/20080808232019/http://www.sybase.com/detail?id=1009781

Cheers,

-bret

former_member188958
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Looks like essentially the same content is available in the current 15.7 SDK online documentation:

About Web server gateways

Former Member
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Thank you so much Bret!

I didn't know that Mr. Peabody had finally perfected the WABAC!

Sherman and I are delighted!

Thank you!

Jim

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At any point the owner of the web page may ask that the archives of their website be purged from the way back machine.   If a document/page is an important resource use Microsoft OneNote or similar to archive it locally.

jason

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Ah, good to know Jason.

I've saved a local PDF of the site.

Thanks!

Jim

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