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Tutorial: Embedding SQL Anywhere in Commercial Applications Requiring a Database
This document describes the methods of embedding a SQL Anywhere database in commercial Windows applications. There are 4 methods presented here: the SQL Anywhere deployment wizard, copying files, using InstallShield and the SQL Anywhere silent install.
Diagnosing Application Performance Issues with SQL Anywhere
This paper presents a method for troubleshooting performance problems in SQL Anywhere.
SQL Anywhere I/O Requirements for Windows and Linux
This document aims to provide the background necessary to understand the durable storage requirements and I/O semantics of SQL Anywhere.
SQL Anywhere 12.0.1 New Features Summary
This technical whitepaper summarizes the new features available in SQL Anywhere 12.0.1, including new features added to MobiLinnk, UltraLite, database management and spatial data querying.
SQL Anywhere 12 New Features Summary
This document summarizes the new features of SQL Anywhere 12 under these four areas of focus, as well as new features added to MobiLink and UltraLite technologies.
How to Migrate From Oracle Database Lite to Sybase SQL Anywhere
The goal of this paper is to provide helpful information regarding the migration process by documenting the steps needed to transform the sample .NET application "Transport" included in the Oracle Database Lite installation.
SQL Anywhere and Microsoft .NET
This whitepaper provides an overview of SQL Anywhere support for the Microsoft .NET Framework.
SQL Anywhere Integration with Visual Studio 2010
This whitepaper outlines the integration features that are present for Visual Studio 2010 and contains short tutorials demonstrating how the integration features can be used to ease application development while working with a database.
10 Cool New Features in SQL Anywhere® 12
Take a look at this light-hearted list of cool features in SQL Anywhere 12. Breck Carter will be your guide through his list of Top 10 Cool Features in SQL Anywhere 12. Some highlights include Spatial technology, Query Quarantine and increased performance
Performing Full Text Searches on Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Data in SQL Anywhere 11
This document provides background information and procedures for performing a full text search on a database containing Chinese, Japanese, and Korean (CJK) data.