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Select a database.
Click File » Disconnect.
Execute a DISCONNECT statement.
Select the database in the left pane, and click the Connections tab in the right pane.
Right-click the user and then click Disconnect.
Connect to the database as a user with DBA authority.
Use the sa_conn_info system procedure to determine the connection ID of the user you want to disconnect.
Execute a DROP CONNECTION statement.
Connect to the database from the SQL Anywhere Console utility.
In the User ID column, right-click the user and click Drop Connection.
You can configure the columns that appear in the SQL Anywhere Console in the Options window, which can be accessed by clicking File » Options.
See Closing a connection using the Monitor.
The following statement shows how to use the DISCONNECT statement to disconnect the current connection, conn1, in Interactive
The following statement shows how to use DISCONNECT in embedded SQL:
EXEC SQL DISCONNECT :conn-name
The following statement drops connection number 4.
DROP CONNECTION 4;