I have a database file (*.db) that need to be recovered.

i don't know which software created it and which version i want to know which Sybase engine is used and which version and is the version of the engine related to specific software i mean can i use any client with this database engine

also i want to know a brief steps to how to install the Sybase engine and the client software and restore the database created from the DB file

We have no information about the DB file no idea of the version of the database. We have not experience in this database software.

asked 14 Apr '13, 03:43

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what version of the ASA software do you have a available?

(14 Apr '13, 11:19) Tom Mangano
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currently i have sql anywhere 10 but even i dont know which version created the file may be i can download it if i know its version

(15 Apr '13, 08:13) Mariam Nagy

Open the file with a text editor, in the first pages you will see something like: "Sybase Copyright" and a version number in the form of SQLA version numbers, that is at least the version which created the db file...

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Interestingly enough, that seems to work even for databases with simple and strong encryption...

(15 Apr '13, 08:59) Volker Barth
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