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Hi all, I currently have both SQL Anywhere 12 and SQL Anywhere 16 installed on my dev machine. We are looking at the pros and cons of upgrading. I have some performance test scripts written in python using sqlanydb python module. Currently sqlanydb connects to SQL Anywhere 12, how do I change it to user SQL Anywhere 16?

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asked 25 Jun '14, 20:33

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Scott Baldwin
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I would think you have to specify the according connection parameters in the call of "sqlanydb.connect( keyword=value, ...)", just as you will have to when using DBISQL or any other database client.

You might try with "DSN=SQL Anywhere 16 Demo" vs. "DSN=SQL Anywhere 12 Demo".

(26 Jun '14, 03:19) Volker Barth
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