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AdventureWorks2008 Sample Database for SQL Anywhere
For the purposes of demonstrating features, as well providing fictitious data for use in demonstrative applications, a sample database is provided for SQL Anywhere.

AdventureWorks2008 .NET Samples for SQL Anywhere
Using the AdventureWorks2008 Sample Database for SQL Anywhere, and leveraging Microsoft .NET 3.5 technologies, the following samples are intended to demonstrate the key features of SQL Anywhere.

SQL Anywhere .NET API Reference
Description of the SQL Anywhere .NET programming interface.

CLR External Environment Sample
SQL Anywhere includes support for CLR stored procedures and functions. In this example, the database server executes CLR functions that call the two methods defined in a C# class library.

Storing YouTube Subscription Information Inside a SQL Anywhere Database
This sample shows how to use .NET stored procedures to call the YouTube API to retrieve an account's subscriptions and store them in a database.

Tutorial: Deploying a SQL Anywhere .NET Application Using ClickOnce
While going through this tutorial, we will be deploying and installing a sample ADO.NET application using the ClickOnce deployment method. We will then update the database runtime files and redeploy the application.

Sybase White Paper: Basic OLE DB, ADO and .NET Connectivity for Sybase Databases
This white paper provides a high-level discussion of OLE DB, ADO and .NET connectivity for Sybase databases. It is intended as a supplement for partner certification reports. Updated 10-2010.  authorized

SQL Anywhere and Microsoft .NET
This whitepaper provides an overview of SQL Anywhere support for the Microsoft .NET Framework.

SQL Anywhere Feature Support on Windows Mobile
The components and features of SQL Anywhere that supported on Windows Mobile.

The SQL Anywhere ASP.NET Providers
The SQL Anywhere ASP.NET providers replace the standard ASP.NET providers for SQL Server, and allow you to run your website on a SQL Anywhere database.
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