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SQL Anywhere 12.0.0 » QAnywhere » Writing QAnywhere client applications

 

Introduction to the QAnywhere interfaces

QAnywhere client applications manage the receiving and sending of QAnywhere messages. The applications can be written using one of several QAnywhere APIs:

  • QAnywhere .NET API

  • QAnywhere C++ API

  • QAnywhere Java API

  • QAnywhere SQL API

You can use a combination of client types in your QAnywhere system. For example, messages that are generated using QAnywhere SQL can also be received by a client created using the APIs for .NET, C++, or Java. 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++, Java, or JMS clients.

 QAnywhere .NET API
 QAnywhere C++ API
 QAnywhere Java API
 QAnywhere SQL API
 JMS connector
 Mobile web services connector