I can't seem to get VS2017 to find my SA12 data source as a valid data provider. I've installed SA12 build 4155.

Using VS2012 I am able to find it, but not in VS2017. Could anyone help me? Opening 'other' sources only lists several .Net Framework Data Providers, but not Sql Anywhere.

asked 01 Aug '18, 09:05

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SQL Anywhere’s .NET Visual Studio integration does not work with Visual Studio 2017 or later versions.

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answered 02 Aug '18, 13:43

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edited 02 Aug '18, 16:40

Am I right that this applies to SQL Anywhere 16 and 17, too?

(02 Aug '18, 14:32) Volker Barth

That is correct.

(02 Aug '18, 14:34) Chris Keating
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Any intention in changing this?

(10 Aug '18, 09:36) Martin
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In that other FAQ, Jack seemed to plan to do that...

(10 Aug '18, 10:37) Volker Barth
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