Chapter 1: Getting Started
If you have any problems running the Jaguar server or Sybase Central:
Check the server log file (Jaguar.log) in the bin subdirectory for error messages.
Verify the server’s HTTP, IIOP, and TDS port settings. Default listeners are defined for each protocol, but you may have changed them. See “Configuring listeners” for more information.
TDS is the port used by EAServer to accept TDS requests. The default is 7878.
HTTP is the HTTP port used by EAServer to listen for HTTP requests. The default is 8080.
IIOP is the port used by EAServer to accept IIOP requests. The default is 9000.
Use the setenv.sh script to configure the environment.
In the $JAGUAR/bin directory, the setenv.sh shell script is used to set up the environment. Make sure you have set the $JAGUAR variable.
Verify that the THREADS_FLAG variable is either not set or set to a value that matches the setting in the setenv.sh script.
Your environment is set up automatically by the installation program. However, your environment may have been changed, for example, if you installed additional software. Use the information here to troubleshoot your installation.
Verify that the EAServer installation was performed as user “Administrator.”
Verify the LIB environment variable.
If you use the Microsoft Visual C++ compiler, the following string should be listed in your LIB variable for compiling your C/C++ application (assuming the C compiler has been installed in C:\MSDEV):
Verify the INCLUDE environment variable.
If you use the Microsoft Visual C++ compiler, the following string should be listed in your INCLUDE variable for compiling your C/C++ application (assuming the C compiler has been installed in C:\MSDEV):
For more information, see the EAServer Troubleshooting Guide.
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