The following is a list of deprecated features in version 16.0:
Authorities deprecated SQL Anywhere 16.0 introduces a new role- and privileged-based security model to replace the former authorities and permissions security model. The new role-based security model provides you with granular control over the privileged tasks that users can perform, and simpler administration of access control. The former database authorities are now deprecated and have been replaced by either system roles or compatibility roles:
java_location and java_main_userid options The java_location and java_main_userid options are deprecated since version 11.0.0 with the introduction of the ISYSEXTERNENV system table. Applications that have been using the java_location option to identify which specific Java VM to use should use the ALTER EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT statement instead to set the location for the Java VM in the ISYSEXTERNENV table. There is no alternative for the java_main_userid option. See SQL Anywhere external environment support.
secure_feature_key database option The secure_feature_key database option is deprecated. Use the sp_use_secure_feature_key system procedure. See sp_use_secure_feature_key system procedure.
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The following is a list of discontinued features in version 16.0:
SQL Anywhere JDBC 3.0 driver The SQL Anywhere JDBC 3.0 driver is not included in this software release. Applications using sajdbc.jar must switch to sajdbc4.jar. See JDBC support.
JDBC-based remote data access server classes The JDBC-based remote server classes are not supported in this software release. These classes include the ASEJDBC, IQJDBC, and SAJDBC remote server classes. See CREATE SERVER statement.
OLE DB provider no longer supports Borland Delphi The SQL Anywhere OLE DB provider can no longer be used with old versions of Borland Delphi. Borland Delphi does not support the DBTYPE_DBTIME2 and DBTYPE_DBTIMESTAMPOFFSET data types. Embarcadero no longer supports versions of Delphi from 2006 and earlier. See http://www.embarcadero.com/products/delphi/previous-versions.
Address Windowing Extensions (AWE) unsupported The use of Address Windowing Extensions for 32-bit Windows is unsupported, and the -cw and -cm database server options are no longer supported. If you need a large cache, use the 64-bit version of the SQL Anywhere database server on a 64-bit operating system.
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