Is the runtime engine still offered with SQL Anywhere? We purchased a runtime license for SQLA 9, and we distribute it with a small windows exe, but I can't tell if the runtime engine license is available anymore.

If it's not available, what alternatives exist, both in the context of SQLA and other solutions?

Thanks in advance.

SJS

asked 15 Feb '16, 15:57

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That seems a somewhat hidden information - confine the comments below that older answer on a RTENG11 question, particularly that quote:

[...]AFAIK the runtime engine is no longer available for SQL Anywhere version 12.

Further evidence might be that v11 describes the "IsRuntime" server property as following:

IsRuntimeServer: Returns Yes if connected to the limited desktop runtime database server, and No otherwise.

where v12 and up tell:

IsRuntimeServer: Returns No for all versions of the database server.

(16 Feb '16, 03:38) Volker Barth

The Runtime Engine is no longer offered with the SQL Anywhere product, and hasn't been for some time.

As @pmiller indicated, there is a program for OEM Partners to include portions of the product with their application. There is a cost to this. If you are interested, contact SAP Sales, and inquire about the OEM program.

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answered 24 Feb '16, 15:10

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I don't know if i get your question right... a "runtime"-license is still available for OEM-Partner or Resellers to Deploy the database with own part of software.

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