Is SQL Anywhere 5.0 support transaction SQL ?
When I type "sp_who" in ISQL, it display a message "Transact-SQL feature
not support". But I can see this in the command "select * from
sysobjects" even if I type in server.Is it anything need to setup or
else. I would greatly apprepciate if anyone tell me.
The ASE procedure sp_who is not supported by SQL Anywhere. A subset of the
ASE procedures are supported for compatibility. The complete list is
documented in the help file in the section to Transact SQL Compatability
Manager Custom Support
Sybase Canada Inc.
email: sr...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 9 / SQL Anywhere 11
Using Mobilink we are looking to synchronize a SQL Anywhere
184.108.40.20634 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 11
SQL Anywhere 220.127.116.11
We're just investigating migrating our SQL 9.0.2 database to 11, we did
unload/reload which seemed to go fine, all views got translated
successfully, but when we ran it through our application, on several queries
we got the error message
Database error code = -1099
SQLSTATE = S1000
Transact-SQL outer joins are currently disabled
We looked in sysoptions table for tsql_outer_joins parameter (was set to
Off), but had no access rights to change parameter from OFF to ON, so we
went through Sybase Central - DB options list. We couldn't chang...Help! Problems migrating transact-sql code to SQL Anywhere 5.5
We are migrating an application developed to Sybase SQL Server 11.0 to
SQL Anywhere 5.5 and,
for now, the following SQL Anywhere limitations are killing us:
1. It does not accept rollback in triggers.
2. Raiseerror interrupts triggers execution.
3. Temporary table created in a stored procedure can not return the
result rows to clients
Does Anyone know how to bypass this SQL Anywhere Transact-SQL
Does anyone know if ASA SQL Anwwhere 6.0 resolves this problems?
Thanks in advance,
>>3. Temporary ta..."Migrating transact-sql code to SQL Anywhere 5.5"
I told you before, that I was trying to return data from a temporary
table in a stored procedure, and it wasn't working.
I'd like to keep the same code to both SGBD's.
The procedure's sintaxe is below:
create proc teste2
create table #TMP_qtde
( tmp_nu_matricula char(9) not null,
tmp_nm_aluno char(41) not null,
tmp_cd_sexo char(1) not null )
insert into #TMP_qtde
select aln_nu_matricula, aln_nm_aluno,
select tmp_nu_matricula, tmp_nm_aluno, tmp...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). ...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...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...SQL Anywhere and Pervasive SQL
I have a client who is running SQL Anywhere on a Novell 4.11 server. It
is being used by a product called The Raiser's Edge. They will be
upgrading from AccPac for DOS to AccPac for Windows in the near future
and this will require the installation of Pervasive SQL 2000 on the
server. Is anyone aware of any compatibility issues surrounding the
installation and operation of these two products on the same server?
I already answered this question on the SQL Server newsgroup.
Jim Egan [TeamSybase]
Sybase Developers Network
http://sdn.s...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.
...Watcom-SQL or Transact-SQL
In evaluating SQL Anyhwhere 5.5, I have noticed that stored procedures
and triggers can be "viewed" as either Watcom or T-SQL. If I
understand correctly, T-SQL is more transportable, as it is used by
Sybase SQl Server, and also to some degree by MS SQL.
Is Watcom SQL in place simply for backward compatibility, or are there
>In evaluating SQL Anyhwhere 5.5, I have noticed that stored procedures
>and triggers can be "viewed" as either Watcom or T-SQL. If I
>understand correctly, T-SQL is more transportable, as it is used by
>Sybase S...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...