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At every start of a .net program using the .net driver for SQLA the file dbdata16.dll is written again. This will usually be checked by any anti virus software. On a server system with multiple background programs this behavior generates an unnecessary workload.

Just a sidenote: even when the DLL is already loaded, the programs will search for it afterwards in the GAC.


Feature request: Only write dbdata16.dll when it is necessary (e.g. an update, or file is not existing)

asked 11 May '15, 03:51

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Martin
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I'd think that this is at least documented behaviour:

The SQL Anywhere .NET Data Provider dbdata DLL

When the SQL Anywhere .NET Data Provider is first loaded by a .NET application (usually when making a database connection using SAConnection), it unpacks a DLL that contains the provider's unmanaged code. The file dbdata16.dll is placed by the provider in a subdirectory of the directory identified using the following strategy. [...]

(11 May '15, 06:10) Volker Barth
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I know, therefore I asked for a feature change

(13 May '15, 05:22) Martin
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