I have an SQL database configured on the master IPCC server which is then replicated to the Slave IPCC server
I have created a system DSN on the master ipcc server to the SQL Database configured on the Master IPCC server
I have created a system DSN on the slave ipcc server to the replicated version of the SQL database store on the slave IPCC server
I have configured the two databases DSNs in app admin
In the script I have a database lookup to the main database on the IPCC master , if the master ipcc server goes off line under the ?Connection not available ? branch of the script I use the 2nd DSN connection so that the script can talk to the replicated version of the database which is stored on the slave
My problem is that when I configure both DSNs in appadmin the database subsystem goes into partial service and I only see one DSN (the DSN that points to the database on the master ipcc server) in the script editor
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