I need to include ' inside a string literal in isql. for example, CREATE SERVER remote_db2 CLASS 'saodbc' USING 'DRIVER=SQL Anywhere 11;DBN=remote_db2;INT=Yes;dbfile=d:\db2;dbkey=whateverwith ending in single quote'

I know I can use '' in other string literal but ''' in above

confuses isql in the use with dbkey.

asked 23 Apr '15, 11:52

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Possibly Nick's answer may be of help:

Trouble connecting to dbisql with special characters

(FWIW, I won't comment on the secrecy of a DBKEY in a USING clause... - so you need to autostart the second database from the current one?)

(23 Apr '15, 12:05) Volker Barth

thx no I don't have to start the 2nd database but some reason(probably my mistake somewhere along) I failed to connect to started db w/o the dbkey.

(26 Apr '15, 01:57) gg99

Use ''
e.g. Using 'Driver...dbkey=''whatever'''

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answered 24 Apr '15, 10:32

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edited 24 Apr '15, 10:34

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