Question: How do I start Foxhound?
Answer: Starting Foxhound is a two-step process: Starting the Foxhound database in a SQL Anywhere engine, and
connecting to the Foxhound HTTP server from your browser.
The following desktop shortcut does both steps:
Start - All Programs - Foxhound1 - Start Foxhound via Firefox
So does this shortcut:
Start - All Programs - Foxhound1 - Start Foxhound via IE
The shortcuts above work even if the SQL Anywhere engine is already running; they just ignore the error message
produced because the engine's already running, and they press on connecting to Foxhound from the browser.
You can do the two steps separately, as follows:
Start - All Programs - Foxhound1 - Tools - Start Foxhound Engine
The following shortcuts help with debugging. Each one stops the SQL Anywhere engine if it's running,
starts it again with extra diagnostics turned on, and then connects to Foxhound from your browser:
Specify http://localhost in your browser
Start - All Programs - Foxhound1 - Tools - Start Foxhound via Firefox - debug
Start - All Programs - Foxhound1 - Tools - Start Foxhound via IE - debug
How do I stop Foxhound?
How do I stop and restart Foxhound?