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sqlbase 7.51 running on w 2k3 server?

sqlbase 7.51 running on w 2k3 server?

sqlbase 7.51 running on w 2k3 server?

does anyone know of any problems that would prevent me from running sqlbase 7.51 on a windows 2003 server?  

I currently have it running on an old PIII running windows NT and visual manufacturing, and would like to upgrade to a new server.

any guidance would be greatly appreciated

thank you in advance

RE: sqlbase 7.51 running on w 2k3 server?

I talked to Gupta Support and its that way:

Windows 2003 is certified since SQLBase 8.1 for Windows.
You can’t use SQLBase 7.5.1 for running under Windows 2003.
For more details, please refer to our compatibility matrix:


Hope that helps
Greetings from Bayern

RE: sqlbase 7.51 running on w 2k3 server?

It may not be supported, but i have that exact combination running on 1 of my servers without any problems.

However the SQLBase server was provided by ADP.

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