SQL Anywhere 12 - Introduction This book introduces SQL Anywhere 12, a comprehensive package that provides data management and data exchange, enabling the rapid development of database-powered applications for server, desktop, mobile, and remote office environments.
SQL Anywhere 12 - Changes and Upgrading This book describes new features in SQL Anywhere 12 and in previous versions of the software.
Messages d'erreur Ce manuel fournit la liste complète des messages d'erreur SQL Anywhere, ainsi que des informations de diagnostic.
SQL Anywhere Server - Database Administration This book describes how to run, manage, and configure SQL Anywhere databases. It describes database connections, the database server, database files, backup procedures, security, high availability, and administration utilities and options.
SQL Anywhere Server - Programming This book describes how to build and deploy database applications using the C, C++, Java, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby, and .NET programming languages such as Visual Basic and Visual C#. A variety of programming interfaces such as ADO.NET, OLEDB, and ODBC are described.
SQL Anywhere Server - SQL Reference This book provides reference information for system procedures, and the catalog (system tables and views). It also provides an explanation of the SQL Anywhere implementation of the SQL language (search conditions, syntax, data types, and functions).
SQL Anywhere Server - SQL Usage This book describes how to add objects to a database; how to import, export, and modify data; how to retrieve data; and how to build stored procedures and triggers.
SQL Anywhere Server - Spatial Data Support This book describes the SQL Anywhere spatial data support and how the spatial features can be used to generate and analyze spatial data.
UltraLite - Database Management and Reference This book introduces the UltraLite database system for small devices.
UltraLite - C and C++ Programming This book describes UltraLite C and C++ programming interfaces. With UltraLite, you can develop and deploy database applications to handheld, or mobile devices, including iPhone and iPad, and embedded devices.
UltraLite - .NET Programming This book describes UltraLite.NET. With UltraLite.NET you can develop and deploy database applications to computers, or handheld, mobile, or embedded devices.
UltraLite - Java Programming This book describes the UltraLiteJ programming interface. With UltraLiteJ, you can develop and deploy database applications to Android and BlackBerry smartphones, and Java ME and Java SE platforms.
MobiLink - Getting Started This book introduces MobiLink, a session-based relational-database synchronization system. MobiLink technology allows two-way replication and is well suited to mobile computing environments.
MobiLink - Client Administration This book describes how to set up, configure, and synchronize MobiLink clients. MobiLink clients can be SQL Anywhere or UltraLite databases. This book also describes the Dbmlsync API, which allows you to integrate synchronization seamlessly into your C++ or .NET client applications.
MobiLink - Server Administration This book describes how to set up and administer MobiLink servers, consolidated databases, and MobiLink applications. It also describes the SQL Anywhere Monitor for MobiLink, a web browser-based administration tool that provides information about the health and availability of MobiLink servers, and the Relay Server, which enables secure communication between mobile devices and MobiLink servers through a web server.
MobiLink - Server-Initiated Synchronization This book describes MobiLink server-initiated synchronization, a feature that allows the MobiLink server to initiate synchronization or perform actions on remote devices.
QAnywhere This book describes QAnywhere, which is a messaging platform for mobile, wireless, desktop, and laptop clients.
SQL Remote This book describes the SQL Remote data replication system for mobile computing, which enables sharing of data between a SQL Anywhere consolidated database and many SQL Anywhere remote databases using an indirect link such as email or file transfer.