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Does anyone have succeed in connecting blazor .net5 with SQL Anywhere ? I was trying to develop web application using blazor .net5 c#, but I did not succeed. But I can not connect the web application to my database. Driver or any other reference for connecting to the database will help me a lot Please help..

For your kind attention and cooperation, I thank you very much.

asked 30 Apr '21, 03:37

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edited 30 Apr '21, 10:09

SQLA11 only provided support for .NET v4. It does not support .NET Core or .NET 5. Connections would likely need .NET 5 ODBC based provider.

When you say "I cannot connect the web application", what specifically do you mean. Are you getting an error?

(30 Apr '21, 19:58) Chris Keating
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Thank you for your respond...

When using aseclient standard, the message: File Not Found

When using aseclient third party, the message : Can Not establish connection, token reset

What version of SQL Anywhere that support .Net, .NET 5, Blazor ?

Thank you...

(01 May '21, 00:26) hasan_pkb

Please note that SQL Anywhere and SAP ASE are different databases and use different client software which are not compatible. The exception is the jConnect driver which can be used for both ASE and SQL Anywhere. Currently, SQL Anywhere has no support for .NET Core and .NET 5. That may change in the future. The current shipping SQL Anywhere version is 17.

(01 May '21, 09:02) Chris Keating
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