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SQL Anywhere 12.0.0 (Français) » SQL Anywhere Server - SQL Usage » Remote data and bulk operations » Server classes for remote data access » ODBC-based server classes

 

USING parameter in the CREATE SERVER statement

You must run a separate CREATE SERVER statement for each SQL Anywhere database you intend to access. For example, if a SQL Anywhere server named TestSA is running on the computer banana and owns three databases (db1, db2, db3), you would configure the local SQL Anywhere database server similar to this:

CREATE SERVER TestSAdb1
CLASS 'saodbc'
USING 'banana:2638/db1'
CREATE SERVER TestSAdb2
CLASS 'saodbc'
USING 'banana:2638/db2'
CREATE SERVER TestSAdb3
CLASS 'saodbc'
USING 'banana:2638/db3';

If you do not specify a /database-name value, the remote connection uses the remote SQL Anywhere default database.

For more information, see CREATE SERVER statement.