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When the process is complete, you have created a project on an ASA database and can now connect to it and open it from Enterprise Architect.
Extracting Data from a SQL ASA Adaptive Server Anywhere 8.0 database
QuietSeditionist 1 3 I was able to get it installed by locating an installation disc for the software that we were trying to extract from. Qnywhere following shows typical registry entries for Adaptive Server Anywhere.
Click on the Transfer button to begin the data transfer process. The ‘Datalink Properties’ dialog displays.
ODBC database drivers and supporting files
Thanks for your response, but you can go ahead and close this question now. View more on this topic or Ask a question. Post as a guest Name. Check the odhc settings in Visual studio to generate the matching bitness of the app. Answering my own question: The ‘Project Transfer’ dialog displays.
Identifies a loaded database to which a connection needs to be made when connecting to a database servef is already running.
In the ‘Transfer Type’ panel, select ‘. It looks like this: I am facing exactly this same problem right now, could you please post how you did this?
Retrieved from ” http: This ensures your project data is ‘clean’ before being copied to the repository. The forum will be down for maintenance at some point from Friday, November 16 at At the right of the ‘Target Project’ field, click on the button. Answers Answers and Comments. This page was last modified on 2 Juneat The runtime system allows the user to retrieve and modify data in the database, but does not allow modifications to the database schema.
Create a Project in a Sybase ASA/SQL Anywhere Database | Enterprise Architect User Guide
After some trial and error figuring out that it wouldn’t work on a bit system I was able to get it working. Error using Sybase IQ proxy table.
sybase – Adaptive server anywhere ASA SqlAnywhere ODBC driver – Stack Overflow
INI To allow the user to connect to a particular data source, your installation program must provide a definition for that data source in the ODBC. I think I saw somewhere in our documentation that it mentioned Sybase 5.
So, after struggling with this for quite some time, I tried the install on bit version of Windows Server and this was successful. Or otherwise clue me into how I might get access to this database? The string can be anywehre using the statement: Former Member replied May 23, at