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SQL Anywhere 12.0.0 » QAnywhere » Writing QAnywhere client applications » Initializing a QAnywhere API


Setting up SQL applications

QAnywhere SQL allows you to perform, in SQL, much of the messaging functionality of the QAnywhere .NET, C++, and Java APIs. This functionality includes creating messages, setting or getting message properties and content, sending and receiving messages, triggering message synchronization, and setting and getting message store properties.

Messages that are generated with QAnywhere SQL can also be received by clients created with the programming APIs. If you have configured a JMS connector on your server, the messages can also be received by JMS clients. Similarly, QAnywhere SQL can be used to receive messages that were generated by QAnywhere .NET, C++, or Java API, or JMS clients.

QAnywhere SQL messaging coexists with user transactions. This means that committing a transaction commits all the QAnywhere operations on that connection.

See Writing QAnywhere client applications.

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