In order to connect to an HP SQL/MX database:
The datasource names must match between those defined to MXCS on the database server, and the client PCs. In other words, if you define a datasource called HR to MXCS, the datasouce on the client PCs must also be called HR.
When you define a datasource to MXCS, it is recommended that the SQL_ATTR_NO_HEADING attribute is set to TRUE. This is needed in order for the column names to be displayed correctly when a table is displayed.
The following is an example of adding a datasource called HR:
CS>add ds "HR";
-- ADD DS \APSGP.$MXCS.HR Successful
CS>add evar $MXCS."HR"."SQL_ATTR_NO_HEADING", type SET, value 'TRUE';
-- ADD EVAR \APSGP.$MXCS.HR.SQL_ATTR_NO_HEADING Successful
CS>start ds "HR";
-- START DS \APSGP.$MXCS.HR Successful
For more on using AQT with SQL/MX, see Database-specific notes > HP SQL/MX