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Painfully Slow Connection C# ODBC Sybase Adaptive Server Anywhere 6.0

Painfully Slow Connection C# ODBC Sybase Adaptive Server Anywhere 6.0

Painfully Slow Connection C# ODBC Sybase Adaptive Server Anywhere 6.0

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I'm integrating with a property management software package called Peak Property Management.

I'm using the ODBC DSN that gets installed with the program. I'm in C# using ODBCConnection and when I open the connection it takes forever.. easily 5-10 mins. Then it opens without error. ASA Server logs, ODBC Trace... etc do not show any activity until it works. I have tried every modification on the connection string I could think of... i've been hacking away at this problem for over 10 hours.

Both Peak and Sybase iSQL connect thru the same ODBC connection very quickly (Verified in Logs). The performance does not change with trace on or off, but the performance in Peak replicates my app's behavior when trace is turned on.

ODBC Trace Files:
http://checksense.com/ODBCSQLPEAK.txt
http://checksense.com/ODBCSQLMyApp.txt

Any thoughts would be appreciated!

-Justin
 

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