• Subject: Re: CA ODBC as an NT Service
  • From: Gary L Peskin <garyp@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 27 May 1998 18:36:11 -0700
  • Organization: The Firstech Corporation

James --

I don't believe that you can set up Client Access as an NT service
itself.  A service is just NT's version of a batch program, usually
never ending.  It has no easy access the to logged in user's display.

If you're talking about using Client Access ODBC *from* an NT service,
this is one of the new features of v3r1m3.  I've set this up several
times and it (finally) works great!!  However, Client Access ODBC is not
a service in itself.

Gary

James Turnbull wrote:
> 
> Has anyone tried to set up Client Access as an NT Service?  I have
> followed IBM's instructions and nothing doing.  I can find no new
> service listed.
> 
> I have V3R1M3 (GA) and the latest Service Pack.
> NT 4.0 (Workstation)
> 
>                                                         James Turnbull
> 
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