INF: Remote Procedure Calls with Sybase SQL Servers

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Summary

Server-to-server remote procedure calls (RPCs) between Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase SQL Server may not work properly under certain situations. If you have gone through all the RPC troubleshooting and configuration procedures as documented in the SQL Server Books Online, but still cannot make it work properly, you should consult Sybase's product Release Bulletins for the corresponding versions of Sybase SQL Servers involved in the RPC.

More information

Remote procedure calls between Microsoft SQL Servers and Sybase SQL Server version 4.x generally work fine. However, if you are using Sybase SQL Server version 10.x or 11.x, you may experience difficulties executing RPCs to or from Microsoft SQL Servers. For more information on these RPC issues, please consult Sybase's product Release Bulletins, which are typically available through Sybase SQL Server product packages, Sybase's knowledge base compact disc (AnswerBase), or Sybase's Internet Web site at http://www.sybase.com/.

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Article ID: 169283 - Last Review: November 2, 2013 - Revision: 4.0
Applies to
  • Microsoft SQL Server 4.21a Standard Edition
  • Microsoft SQL Server 6.0 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft SQL Server 6.5 Standard Edition
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