Hi,

Is there a library for "SAP SQL Anywhere 17.0 for Windows" libraries (paid or free) for working with zip archives (archiving, file extraction, viewing the list of files in the archive) ?

asked 26 Mar, 06:28

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Google is your friend: zip compression api

For example...

Windows Compression API
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/win32/cmpapi/-compression-portal

Welcome to the Hell that is SQL Anywhere external call interface https://help.sap.com/viewer/98ad9ec940e2465695685d98e308dff5/17.0/en-US/81612b906ce2101484c8b12be85d71f7.html?q=external%20call%20interface

Here is a blog post on a similar topic Calling GetOpenFileName() From SQL http://sqlanywhere.blogspot.com/2012/12/calling-getopenfilename-from-sql.html

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answered 26 Mar, 09:40

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edited 26 Mar, 09:41

I know that I can write a library for working with zip and connect it to SA. I'm interested in the availability of ready-made (working) libraries (paid or free) for working with zip,

(27 Mar, 07:31) Stalker
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Please try Google ( zip compression library ) and tell us why you don't like what you see.

(27 Mar, 07:55) Breck Carter
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