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Hello, I installed SQL Anywhere 16 Developer for Windows.
The doc at mentions the sdk\dbcapi directory, but there is no such folder. The SDK\ folder doesn't have a dbcapi subfolder.

Also, there are some header files such as C:\Program Files\SQL Anywhere\SDK\Include\uiglobal.h.

But this file references

#include "sqldef.h"
#include "sqltype.h"

and I can't find those anywhere. Where are they?

Thank you, David

asked 07 Sep '16, 18:22

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Hm, in my v16.0.0.2070 setup, the dbcapi subfolder does exist at the expected location, and the sql*.h headers are in the SDK\include folder...

The same is true for my v12.0.1.4403 and v17.0.4.2100 installs...

So I'd recommend to re-install SQL Anywhere.

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answered 08 Sep '16, 03:29

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Volker Barth
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converted 08 Sep '16, 15:00

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Breck Carter

Thank you Volker! I installed using all the defaults into a Windows 7 x86 machine, and indeed all the SDK files were there. I had previously installed twice into Win 8.1 x64 and de-selected the 64-bit items. Maybe that made a difference.

I don't know how to accept your post as the answer.

Thanks, David

(08 Sep '16, 13:12) david_ching
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> I don't know how to accept your post as the answer.

Try now.

Long answer: You (probably) need more points before before the "convert comment to answer" icon will appear... so I did it for you... now you should be able to click on the checkmark icon (which is something only you can do, points or no points :)

(08 Sep '16, 15:04) Breck Carter

Thank you Breck! I did check the answer.

(08 Sep '16, 15:43) david_ching
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