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Im still trying to upload a file from the client's machie to a server, for all I've read it seems that I need the iAnywhere Driver to do that, but I can't find where to download it, can anyone help?

asked 13 Jun '12, 17:28

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edited 05 Jul '13, 21:54

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If you have SQL Anywhere installed, you have the driver on your hard drive. See http://dcx.sybase.com/index.html#1201/en/dbprogramming/pg-jdbc-4-0-load.html

If you are using Sybase IQ, you MIGHT have the driver already installed, but this is a forum about SQL Anywhere... see the IQ docs.

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answered 13 Jun '12, 17:51

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Note, Breck has given the IQ/JDBC driver answer...

For general cases, v11.0 has introduced the Loading/Unloading of files on a client computer (such as READ_CLIENT_FILE() and LOAD TABLE FROM CLIENT FILE...), which work with all v11 CmdSeq-based client libraries, i.e. it's not restricted to the SQL Anywhere JDBC driver...

(14 Jun '12, 08:02) Volker Barth
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