Hi Andreas,

I'm using Linux (Kubuntu) and it turned out to be not a problem specific to SQuirreL.
I was missing the configuration of the logical server name, according to this page:


TimesTen it's working now with SQuirreL. :)


On Tue, Jun 12, 2012 at 6:36 AM, CptBlaubaer <cptblaubaer@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Paulo,

what operating system are you using? What is the JDBC connect string you use in SQuirreL? I haven't used TimesTen yet, but I remember settting up ODBC connections for " normal" Oracle databases needed some entries in the windows registry, perhaps that is the case for the TimesTen connections as well.

Take care and have a nice day


Am 11.06.2012 19:36 schrieb "Paulo Moura Guedes" <pmouraguedes@gmail.com>:

I'm trying to configure a connection using a TimesTen driver. 
My odbc.ini looks like this:

[ODBC Data Sources]
VIL1IL_RunData_tt6_0_64bit=TimesTen Driver


When I try to connect with Squirrel, it seems it's trying to use port 53393:

«VIL1IL_TT: [TimesTen][TimesTen CLIENT]Unable to connect to data source (DSN: VIL1IL_RunData_tt6_0_64bit; Network Address: localhost; Port Number: 53393). Cannot connect to TimesTen Server.  Verify that the TimesTen Server is running or verify that your TCP PORT is set correctly.»

According to TimesTen documentation the port should be specified with the "TCP_Port" attribute:

What am I doing wrong?


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