You can now stop the database server you just started.
In Windows, you can stop a database server by clicking Shut Down on the database server messages window.
To stop the database server running the sample database (Windows)
Double-click the SQL Anywhere icon in the system tray.
The database server messages window appears.
Click Shut Down.
To stop the database server running the sample database (Command prompt)
Run the following command to stop the personal database server running the sample database:
The Stop Server utility (dbstop) can only be run at a command prompt. See Stop Server utility (dbstop).
Once you have shut down the database server, you can delete the c:\demodb directory and its contents.
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