Following is a list of changes to Sybase Central and Interactive SQL introduced in version 10.0.0.
Interactive SQL no longer sets the quoted_identifier option to On In previous versions of the software, Interactive SQL set the quoted_identifier option to On. It now uses the database's setting for this option (by default, this option is set to On). See quoted_identifier option [compatibility].
Interactive SQL can return unlimited result sets In previous versions of the software, if you executed a query that returned multiple result sets, Interactive SQL only displayed a maximum of 10 result sets. Now Interactive SQL displays all result sets returned by the query. See isql_show_multiple_result_sets [Interactive SQL].
Interactive -f option behavior change When starting Interactive SQL with the -f option, a connection is not made to a database automatically. Previously, a connection was opened automatically.
SET OPTION statement PUBLIC keyword deprecated The PUBLIC keyword is deprecated for setting Interactive SQL options using the SET OPTION statement. See Interactive SQL options.
EXIT statement now closes the current Interactive SQL window In previous releases, executing an EXIT statement from Interactive SQL closed all the Interactive SQL windows. Now, only window where the statement is executed is closed. See EXIT statement [Interactive SQL].
New error code for SQLE_ENGINE_NOT_MULTIUSER Applications that were programmed to handle SQLE_ENGINE_NOT_MULTIUSER now need to check for a new error code. Previously, if an application attempted a write operation on the database while another thread was sending an upload to MobiLink, the runtime would return SQLE_ENGINE_NOT_MULTIUSER. Now the runtime will return a new, more accurate error code: SQLE_ULTRALITE_WRITE_ACCESS_DENIED. See ULSQLCode enumeration.
Sybase Central plug-in Utilities tabs removed The Utilities tabs in the SQL Anywhere, MobiLink, and UltraLite plug-ins have been replaced with a Tools button. You can also access utilities from the Sybase Central Tools menu.
jConnect no longer supported for connecting to Sybase Central, Interactive SQL, or the SQL Anywhere Console Sybase Central, Interactive SQL, and the SQL Anywhere Console utility (dbconsole) no longer support connections to SQL Anywhere databases using jConnect. You can still use the iAnywhere JDBC driver to connect to databases from these applications. As a result of this change, the following features have been removed:
UltraLite plan now appears on the Plan tab in Interactive SQL In previous releases, the Interactive SQL Results pane had an UltraLite Plan tab that displayed the UltraLite plan optimization strategy. The UltraLite Plan tab has been removed, so now when you are connected to an UltraLite database from Interactive SQL, the plan appears on the Plan tab.
Sybase Central SQL Anywhere plug-in no longer supports version 7 databases Support for version 7 database servers and databases created with version 7 software has been removed from the SQL Anywhere plug-in. You can still connect to a database created with version 5, 6, or 7 software running on a version 8 or later database server for the purposes of unloading and reloading the database into a reload file, or into a new or existing database. See Rebuilding version 9 and earlier databases for version 11.0.0.
isql_log option deprecated The isql_log option for logging statements executed during an Interactive SQL session is deprecated. Use the START LOGGING and STOP LOGGING statements instead. See Logging commands.
Sybase Central file name changes In addition to file changes mentioned for Sybase Central, the following files have been added:
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The registry key has also changed to reflect the new version of Sybase Central, and is now:
HKLM\SOFTWARE\Sybase\Sybase Central\5.0 (registry entries)
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