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Can we connect to SQL Anywhere thru Native DB Driver?

asked 25 Aug '11, 07:30

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The simple answer is YES you can, SQL Anywhere support multiple different data access APIs, so it depends more on the software environment you are using.

See Programing interfaces

Anyway if this is not what you are looking for, then just ask more specific, providing more details regarding your problem.

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answered 07 Sep '11, 06:57

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I have not used NativeDB myself, but as far as I know, it's been particularly developped for usage with SQL Anywhere, cf. their website.

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answered 25 Aug '11, 09:04

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@Volker Barth : I mean instead of using ODBC Driver, could we use the native SQL Anywhere Driver?

(07 Sep '11, 06:21) dharmawan
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IMHO you should verify that with the people who know more about nativeDB, maybe here:

(07 Sep '11, 12:13) Reimer Pods

The SQL Anywhere ODBC, DBLib, OLEDB, ADO.NET and (as of version 12) SQL Anywhere JDBC drives are all native in that they are not implemented as a layer on top of another native interface.

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answered 08 Sep '11, 13:27

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