SQL Anywhere 9 / SQL Anywhere 11
Using Mobilink we are looking to synchronize a SQL Anywhere
22.214.171.12434 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...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, 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...SQL Anywhere for QNX and PL/SQL
Is there anything like Omniconnect for QNX? I need to connect a Sybase SQL
Anywhere for QNX an Oracle PL/SQL. If anyone has done this any information
on the subject would be greatly appreciated.
...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...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...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 ...SQL Anywhere Client (AIX) to Access SQL Anywhere 8.0
What client is needed to access SQL Anywhere 8.0 from an AIX client
machine? Where can I download it?
The Unix version of SQL Anywhere Studio is available for purchase. The
client software is included in the package. Your sales rep can assist you
with the pricing details for client licenses.
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choose SQL Anywhere Studio >> change 'time frame' to al...SQL Anywhere 5.5.05 to SQL Anywhere Studio 6.0
Is the upgrade from 5.5.05 to Studio 6.0 a simple incremental upgrade? Can
I complete this upgrade without code changes?
It depends on the code. Sorry to be vague but that's the truth. It is
described in great detail in the Help for ASA 6...
ASA New Features and Upgrading Guide
CHAPTER 6. Upgrading From SQL Anywhere to Adaptive Server Anywhere
This chapter describes upgrade procedures for users of SQL Anywhere
Versions 5.0 and 5.5, and users of Watcom SQL 4.0.
Most ordinary SQL commands (SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE) will NOT
have to be changed at al...Moving from SQL Anywhere 5.5.05 to SQL Anywhere 8.0
Dear Sirs/user group,
We would like to upgrade the sybase SQL Anywhere from version 5.5.05
database to version 8.
I am told that the table names we currently use and maybe the procedures and
triggers names are too long; 28 and 16 characters respectively.
That is the maximum name length allowed in version 8?
If I upgrade and SQL 8 shortens the table names, will the procedures be
updated to reflect the changes of the table names? Or will I have to do all
the changes manually, going through each procedure with a fine tooth comb?
Thanks in advance,
oded@travelca...sql anywhere 10 .NET provider & sql anywhere 8 server
sql anywhere 10 .NET provider & sql anywhere 8 server
are there any major known issues other than test for my scenarios or it is
not compatible at all.
i was able to connect, add, delete & update records on a simple table &
Env: VS 2005 .NET 2.0 & sql anywhere 10
This configuration should work. But we do not do significant (if any)
testing of this configuration, so you should ensure you do thorough testing
with your application.
Ian McHardy (iAnywhere Solutions)
Please reply only to the newsgroup.
Whitepapers, TechDo...Migrating data from SQL Anywhere to SQL Server Professional NT
We are in the process of moving from a SQL Anywhere database to SQL
Server Professional on NT. Is there an easy way to migrate the data
from the SQL Anywhere database to the SQL Server database? I tried
using "unload" in SQL Central to create data files that could be used by
BCP to reload the SQL Server, but I was having difficulty BCPing the
data in (different file formats). Is there an easier way?
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
Linda D. Morison
* Linda D. M...SQL Anywhere and Microsoft SQL
I have a server running microsoft SQL for an application.
They are adding another software package that uses SQL
Anywhere 9. Would there be any problems installing the SQL
Anywhere 9 on a server already running Microsoft SQL 2000.
<Stephen Taft> wrote in message news:email@example.com...
>I have a server running microsoft SQL for an application.
> They are adding another software package that uses SQL
> Anywhere 9. Would there be any problems installing the SQL
> Anywhere 9 on a server already running Microsoft SQL 2000.
None. I have both ins...SQL Server or SQL Anywhere ?
I am looking for recommendations/opinions from Sybase types who have
use both SQL Server XI (Netware or NT) ad SQL Anyhwere, as a workgroup
database server. Our data set (current -> projected near future) is as
Single server, maybe SMP in future.
Tables: 35 -> 50
Records: 300K -> 2M (per table;large tables only - many are small)
DB Space: 500MB -> 2GB (this number may grow if system becomes used
for more business processes.)
Users: 30 -> 50 (maybe 100 in the far future)
Queries: Return 30-200 records on average, occasionally up to 2000.