any difference between sql anywhere and sql anywhere studio
Is there any difference between sql anywhere and sql anywhere studio?
>Is there any difference between sql anywhere and sql anywhere studio?
The answer depends upon the context of the question. Years ago, "sql anywhere" referred to the DBMS
that is now known as Adaptive Server Anywhere. Now, "sql anywhere" can mean a general reference to
a set of products that includes ASA, as well as some other things. "sql anywhere studio" is a
particular bundling of these products.
Still, sometimes when people refer to "sql anywhere" t...SQL Anywhere 9 / SQL Anywhere 11
Using Mobilink we are looking to synchronize a SQL Anywhere
220.127.116.1134 db with a SQL Anywhere 11 consolidated db, are
there certain arguments I need to add to the server and
client execution lines?
Also, will SQL Anywhere 9 db work with SQL Anywhere 11 db
via Remote Servers? Are there special parameters required?
To synchronize a 9.0.2 client with an 11.0.1 MobiLink server you will need to use the -xo switch.
-xo switch: http://dcx.sybase.com/index.html#1101en/mlserver_en11/ml-syncserver-xo.html
The remainder of the MobiLink switches will be specif...SQL Anywhere, ASA and SQL Anywhere Studio.
I will want understand the history of the products names SQL
Anywhere, ASA and SQL Anywhere Studio.
Is an evolution of same product?
Previously these exists Sybase SQL Server?
Sybase SQL Server is the product what has been involved in
project with Microsoft, what result in MS SQL Server?
Thanks very much.
<Renato Cramer> wrote:
> I will want understand the history of the products names SQL
> Anywhere, ASA and SQL Anywhere Studio.
Watcom SQL -> Sybase SQL Anywhere -> Sybase Adaptive Server Anywhere.
> Is an evolution of sa...help document engine for SQL Anywhere 6/general information on Anywhere 6?
I'm wondering what the help engine will be for SQL Anywhere 6--will it
be HTML Help like MS SQL Server, or standard HTML-based online docs?
Also, is there a section of the Sybase web site which previews any of
the features of Anywhere 6? I can't seem to find any information on
>I'm wondering what the help engine will be for SQL Anywhere 6--will it
>be HTML Help like MS SQL Server, or standard HTML-based online docs?
I haven't heard anything about that.
>Also, is there a section of the Sybase web site which previews any of...Having SQL Anywhere 10 and SQL Anywhere 11 on the same machine
I have one customer that runs SQL Anywhere 10 and another customer
running SQL Anywhere 11. This means I need to run both versions. I
do not have the luxury of running multiple VMs on my laptop. I am
wondering if anyone out there has experience on how to do this?
Appreciate if any info can be shared!
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email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org says...
> Hi Everyone,
> I have one customer that runs SQL Anywhere 10 and another customer
> running SQL Anywhere 11. This mean...Upgrading from SQL Anywhere 8 to SQL Anywhere 11
I am upgrading from SQL Anywhere 8 to SQL Anywhere 11. I am
using the "Unload" wizard in Sybase Central. I am choosing
the option "Unload and reload into a new database."
After following the wizard, the new database does get
created BUT it won't load the structure and data from the
old database into the newly created database. I get a ***
User Authentication Failed *** message.
I assume you're using the OEM version of our v11 software? In this
scenario, the message means that you're running a non-auth...SQL Anywhere for QNX -> SQL Anywhere for NT
I have a system (local server with http-server and Sybase SQL Anywhere) on
QNX - several cgi-programs written on Watcom C with embedded SQL.
Now I want to try to move all programs to Win NT. But I don't have time to
entirely rewrite all the programs. Also currently I don't have opportunity
to try SQL Anywhere for NT. So before I begin to experiment I want to ask
First of all, I want to try to recompile all my cgi-programs with Watcom C
for DOS using SQL Anywhere for NT sql-preprocessor. (btw, I don't use any
qnx-specific functions in my programs). ...Upgrade from SQL Anywhere 9.02 to SQL Anywhere 10
This is my first question asked in this forum.
I have been developed both Window and ASP.Net applications using Visual
studio 2003 with C#.Net. It still uses .Net 1.1 with SQL Anywhere 9.02.
Products need to be released for beta test very soon.
I would like to use 'ClearPool' for database connection which I can remove a
specific connection from .Net connection pool when I use the connection
string as POOLING=TRUE. I cannot do this in .Net 1.1 and SQL Anywhere 9.02.
I believe that this feature just added into .Net 2.0 and SQL Anywhere 10.
I am using .Net Data ...Conversion from SQL Anywhere 5 to SQL Anywhere Studio 7
If I start a database SQL Anywhere 5 with dbsrv8 and start
Sybase Central (8) I can choose for a conversion of database
to version 8.
Can I proceed of the mode same for convert from SQL Anywhere
5 to SQL Anywhere Studio 7?
Thanks in advance.
A good day for all.
Yes, that's the right approach... when upgrading from version X to Y,
use only version Y software (dbsrv, dbunload, dbisql, etc).
That only applies up to Y = 9 (newsgroup messages live forever, and
eventually folks will be looking for tips about converting to 10 w...Where is the SQL Anywhere General newsgroup?
Am I missing something, or has the SQLAnywhereGeneral newsgroup disappeared?
It's there, sybase.public.sqlanywhere.general on forums.sybase.com
where it's always been.
There was a long outage recently, and a rebuild of the server. Your
newsgroup reader may be confused about things.
FWIW Forte Agent had no problems other than walking *all* the messages
on the first sync after the server came back.
On Thu, 4 Oct 2001 12:32:42 +0100, "Steve Moran"
>Am I missing something, or h...DBClient for SQL Anywhere over RAS
My Client application works fine on the LAN Workstations.
From Home-Office Clients which connect over an ISDN - Line and Windows NT
RAS the dbclient.exe cannot start.
We are using dbclient.exe version 5.5.04 Build #1867.
Can anybody help? Thanks in advance.
This is the logfile:
Sybase SQL Anywhere Network Requestor Version 5.5.04 Build #1867
Copyright by Sybase, Inc., and its subsidiaries, 1988, 1997.
All rights reserved. Sybase is a trademark of Sybase, Inc.
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