You can use Interactive SQL to connect to a SQL Anywhere database, an UltraLite database, an SAP Sybase IQ database, an SAP HANA database, or a generic ODBC database.
Linux You must have a version of Linux that supports the Linux desktop icons, and they must have been installed when you installed SQL Anywhere.
Unix and Mac OS X The SQL Anywhere utilities must already be sourced. See Unix and Mac OS X environment variables.
Open Interactive SQL and connect to a database.
|Command line and/or Unix||
Run the following command:
If you do not include the -c option, which specifies the connection parameters for the database, or if you supply insufficient connection parameters, the Connect window appears where you can enter connection information for the database.
You can also use one of the following methods to access Interactive SQL from Sybase Central:
|Mac OS X||
To start Interactive SQL and connect to the sample database from the command line, run the following command:
dbisql -c "UID=DBA;PWD=sql;DSN=SQL Anywhere 16 Demo"
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