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Viewing Sybase ASE stored procedures [message #35462] Fri, 24 August 2007 09:04 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: jeffreyz.q-free.com

Is it possible to use DTP 1.5 to view the definitions of the stored
procedures on a Sybase ASE 15.x server (not just their names, but the
Transact-SQL code)?

I can only see their names. I have not managed to view the
Transact-SQL. This means that I cannot yet use DTP to manage Sybase ASE
stored procedures.

Many thanks in advance.

Jeffrey
System Developer
Q-Free ASA
Re: Viewing Sybase ASE stored procedures [message #35937 is a reply to message #35462] Fri, 31 August 2007 16:38 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: john.graham.sybase.com

Jeffrey Zelt wrote:

> Is it possible to use DTP 1.5 to view the definitions of the stored
> procedures on a Sybase ASE 15.x server (not just their names, but the
> Transact-SQL code)?

> I can only see their names. I have not managed to view the
> Transact-SQL. This means that I cannot yet use DTP to manage Sybase ASE
> stored procedures.

> Many thanks in advance.

> Jeffrey
> System Developer
> Q-Free ASA

Jeffrey,

DTP currently does not have this capability, but there are some offerings
from Sybase (in Eclipse) that would help. This being an open source forum
and all, I wont cite products, but search sybase.com for "WorkSpace". :-)

HTH,
John Graham
Eclipse Data Tools Platform PMC Chair
Re: Viewing Sybase ASE stored procedures [message #587771 is a reply to message #35462] Fri, 31 August 2007 16:38 Go to previous message
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Jeffrey Zelt wrote:

> Is it possible to use DTP 1.5 to view the definitions of the stored
> procedures on a Sybase ASE 15.x server (not just their names, but the
> Transact-SQL code)?

> I can only see their names. I have not managed to view the
> Transact-SQL. This means that I cannot yet use DTP to manage Sybase ASE
> stored procedures.

> Many thanks in advance.

> Jeffrey
> System Developer
> Q-Free ASA

Jeffrey,

DTP currently does not have this capability, but there are some offerings
from Sybase (in Eclipse) that would help. This being an open source forum
and all, I wont cite products, but search sybase.com for "WorkSpace". :-)

HTH,
John Graham
Eclipse Data Tools Platform PMC Chair
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