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.
Double-click the SQL Anywhere icon in the system tray.
Click Shut Down.
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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