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SQL Anywhere 12.0.0 » SQL Anywhere Server - Programming » Deploying databases and applications

 

Understanding installation directories and file names

For a deployed application to work properly, the database server and client applications must each be able to locate the files they need. The deployed files should be located relative to each other in the same fashion as your SQL Anywhere installation.

In practice, this means that on Windows, most files belong in a single directory. For example, on Windows both client and database server required files are installed in a single directory, which is the bin32 subdirectory of the SQL Anywhere installation directory.

For a full description of the places where the software looks for files, see How SQL Anywhere locates files.


Linux, Unix, and Mac OS X deployment issues
File naming conventions