When you have completed a database application, you must deploy the application to your end users. Depending on the way in which your application uses SQL Anywhere (as an embedded database, in a client/server fashion, and so on) you may have to deploy components of the SQL Anywhere software along with your application. You may also have to deploy configuration information, such as data source names, that enable your application to communicate with SQL Anywhere.
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The following deployment steps are examined in this section:
Determining required files based on the choice of application platform and architecture.
Configuring client applications.
Much of the section deals with individual files and where they need to be placed. However, the recommended way of deploying SQL Anywhere components is to use the Deployment Wizard or to use a silent install. For information, see The Deployment Wizard and Silent installs using the SQL Anywhere installer.
Types of deployment
Ways to distribute files
Installation directories and file names
The Deployment Wizard
Silent installs using the SQL Anywhere installer
Requirements for deploying client applications
Administration tool deployment
Database server deployment
Registering DLLs on Windows
External environment support deployment
Embedded database application deployment
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