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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.

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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, 13:43

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edited 02 Aug, 16:40

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

(02 Aug, 14:32) Volker Barth

That is correct.

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

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

(10 Aug, 10:37) Volker Barth
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