Opinions needed for Upgrade 11.0.3.3 to 11.9.2 
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 Opinions needed for Upgrade 11.0.3.3 to 11.9.2

I will soon be upgrading out 11.0.3.3(NT) db to 11.9.2(NT).
Our SQL servers support a powerbuilder 6.5 application
which uses Open Client 10.0.4

Upon installing 11.9.2 will i also need to upgrade open
client on each client machine. Or will 10.0.4 still be
usable?

Having 120 (win2000) machines to upgrade has anyone had
success pushing them out thru SMS(which our Central IT dept
manages).  I am hoping to avoid purchasing any additional
software to do this.

All suggestions are appreciated!

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Wed, 27 Aug 2003 06:09:05 GMT
 Opinions needed for Upgrade 11.0.3.3 to 11.9.2


says...
I'm still using 10.0.4 with 11.9.  In particular I have several hundred users
using PB apps and not one problem attributable to the client.  However, I was
told during one support call with Sybase that 10.0.4 wasn't supported for 11.9,
but following the "if it ain't broke..." idea, I've left it in place.
Quote:

>I will soon be upgrading out 11.0.3.3(NT) db to 11.9.2(NT).
>Our SQL servers support a powerbuilder 6.5 application
>which uses Open Client 10.0.4

>Upon installing 11.9.2 will i also need to upgrade open
>client on each client machine. Or will 10.0.4 still be
>usable?

>Having 120 (win2000) machines to upgrade has anyone had
>success pushing them out thru SMS(which our Central IT dept
>manages).  I am hoping to avoid purchasing any additional
>software to do this.

>All suggestions are appreciated!

>(note that hotmail.mom needs to be hotmail.com if replying
>via email)



Wed, 27 Aug 2003 07:57:24 GMT
 Opinions needed for Upgrade 11.0.3.3 to 11.9.2

Quote:

> I will soon be upgrading out 11.0.3.3(NT) db to 11.9.2(NT).
> Our SQL servers support a powerbuilder 6.5 application
> which uses Open Client 10.0.4

> Upon installing 11.9.2 will i also need to upgrade open
> client on each client machine. Or will 10.0.4 still be
> usable?

        The only real way to find out is to set up a test server,
        install ASE 11.9.2 on it and test with a client. It might
        be a good idea to install 11.0.3 on it at some stage and
        practice upgrading to ASE 11.9.2 as well.

-am     ? 2001



Wed, 27 Aug 2003 09:12:07 GMT
 Opinions needed for Upgrade 11.0.3.3 to 11.9.2
The in-place upgrade should go smoothly, if you dont have too many views
or anything  which makes use of sysprocedures (Systems such as
Peoplesoft  use a lot  of server compiled objects).
Remember to make master, model slightly larger. Drop any views, procs
which might not be referring valid database or object references.
Follow the checklist in the sybase 11.9.2 installation guide.

If you feel, there could be problems with in-place upgrade, you could
always build an empty 11.9.2 server and then load the 11.0.3 dumps. The
"online database" will automatically upgrade them to 11.9.2

Quote:

> I will soon be upgrading out 11.0.3.3(NT) db to 11.9.2(NT).
> Our SQL servers support a powerbuilder 6.5 application
> which uses Open Client 10.0.4

> Upon installing 11.9.2 will i also need to upgrade open
> client on each client machine. Or will 10.0.4 still be
> usable?

> Having 120 (win2000) machines to upgrade has anyone had
> success pushing them out thru SMS(which our Central IT dept
> manages).  I am hoping to avoid purchasing any additional
> software to do this.

> All suggestions are appreciated!

> (note that hotmail.mom needs to be hotmail.com if replying
> via email)



Wed, 27 Aug 2003 12:59:09 GMT
 
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