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Hello All,

  1. Is it possible to read registry from sql query ? If Yes then please give sample query
  2. Is it possible to find path of running DataBase file(.db files)?

Thanks in advance.

asked 14 Aug '13, 08:53

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edited 14 Aug '13, 10:02

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  1. Possible but not simple. You'd have to do it in another language (python, perl, C, etc.) and then create a procedure that references it. You didn't say which version of SQL Anywhere you're using, but here is the syntax for creating such a procedure in v12.0.1.

  2. select db_property('file')

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answered 14 Aug '13, 10:05

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Thank you very much !.I am using SQL 11 But any way I think 2nd solution is enough for me.

(16 Aug '13, 04:48) CrystalB
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