The server class you specify in the CREATE SERVER statement determines the behavior of a remote connection. The server classes give SQL Anywhere detailed server capability information. SQL Anywhere formats SQL statements specific to a server's capabilities.
There are two categories of server classes:
Each server class has a set of unique characteristics that database administrators and programmers need to know to configure the server for remote data access.
You should refer both to information generic to the server class category (JDBC-based or ODBC-based), and to the information specific to the individual server class.
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