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Sybase provides any asp.net providers for SQLAnywhere.

Does it have any way to use SA database as "repository" to asp.net state server?

I won't to use SQL Server for this.

asked 01 Dec '11, 20:25

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You can write a custom session state provider using SQL Anywhere database.

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answered 07 Dec '11, 12:05

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@Minghai Chang I know I can write my own. My question is have any official?

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