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Starting Sybase Central


This section provides steps for starting Sybase Central and connecting to the sample database on Windows and Unix.

To start Sybase Central and connect to the sample database (Windows)
  1. From the Start menu, choose Programs > SQL Anywhere 10 > Sybase Central.

    Sybase Central opens.

  2. In the Welcome to Sybase Central dialog, click View and Edit the Schema or Perform Maintenance on a Database.

    If the Welcome to Sybase Central dialog does not appear, choose Connections > Connect with SQL Anywhere 10.

    The Connect dialog appears.

  3. On the Identification tab, select ODBC Data Source Name and then type SQL Anywhere 10 Demo.

  4. Click OK to connect.

The following steps can be used if you are using a version of Linux that supports the Linux Desktop icons and if you chose to install them when you installed SQL Anywhere 10.

To start Sybase Central and connect to the sample database (Linux Desktop icons)
  1. Open the SQL Anywhere 10 folder on your desktop.

  2. Double-click Sybase Central.

    Sybase Central opens.

  3. In the Welcome to Sybase Central dialog, click View and Edit the Schema or Perform Maintenance on a Database.

    If the Welcome to Sybase Central dialog does not appear, choose Connections > Connect with SQL Anywhere 10.

    The Connect dialog appears.

  4. On the Identification tab, select ODBC Data Source Name and then type SQL Anywhere 10 Demo.

Note

The following steps assume that you have already sourced the SQL Anywhere utilities. See Setting environment variables on Unix and Mac OS X.

To start Sybase Central and connect to the sample database (Unix command line)
  1. In a terminal session, enter the following command:

    scjview

    Sybase Central opens.

  2. In the Welcome to Sybase Central dialog, click View and Edit the Schema or Perform Maintenance on a Database.

    If the Welcome to Sybase Central dialog does not appear, choose Connections > Connect with SQL Anywhere 10.

    The Connect dialog appears.

  3. On the Identification tab, select ODBC Data Source Name and then type SQL Anywhere 10 Demo.