The administration tools come with HTML Help files for the online help. These files must be registered with Windows before they can be used. Registering them requires a registry string to be written that names the help file and gives its fully-qualified path.
For the English SQL Anywhere help file, you need to define a string value called HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\HTML Help\dbmaen10.chm. Its value should be install-dir\docs\en\htmlhelp. Help files for the other supported language versions are registered in a similar manner.
For the Sybase Central English help file, you must also define a string value called HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\HTML Help\scvwen500.chm. Its value should be install-dir\Sybase Central 5.0.0. Help files for the other supported language versions are registered in a similar manner.
Similar settings must be made for each of the French, German, Japanese, and Simplified Chinese help files if you wish to deploy them.
On Windows x64-based systems, these registry entries are in the 32-bit registry (SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft).
The computer must already have the HTML Help viewer installed. It is included with current versions of Windows, but may not be present on some older computers. You can check for its existence by looking for the hh.exe file that is installed in the Windows directory.
For more information on deploying databases and database applications, see Deploying Databases and Applications.