You can unload a stopped or running database in Sybase Central using the Unload Database Wizard.
When unloading into a variable, no privileges are required. Otherwise, the required privileges depend on the database server -gl option, as follows:
If the -gl option is set to ALL, you must be the owner of the tables, or have SELECT privilege on the tables, or have the SELECT ANY TABLE system privilege.
If the -gl option is set to DBA, you must have the SELECT ANY TABLE system privilege.
If the -gl option is set to NONE, UNLOAD is not permitted.
When unloading to a file on a client computer:
You must have the WRITE CLIENT FILE privilege.
You must have write permissions on the directory where the file is located.
The allow_write_client_file database option must be enabled.
The write_client_file secure feature must be enabled.
Context and remarks
When you unload only tables, the user IDs that own the tables are not unloaded. You must create the user IDs that own the tables in the new database before reloading the tables.
Click Tools » SQL Anywhere 16 » Unload Database.
Follow the instructions in the Unload Database Wizard.
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