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SQL Anywhere 10.0.1 » SQL Anywhere Server - Database Administration » Running the Database Server

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Introduction to running SQL Anywhere database servers


SQL Anywhere provides two versions of the database server:

Server differences

The request-processing engine is identical in both the personal and network servers. Each one supports exactly the same SQL, and exactly the same database features. The main differences include:

Network software requirements

If you are running a SQL Anywhere network server, you must have appropriate networking software installed and running.

The SQL Anywhere network server is available for Windows, NetWare, Linux, and Unix operating systems.

SQL Anywhere supports the TCP/IP network protocol. The SPX protocol is also supported for Novell NetWare.


First steps
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