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Deploying unload support for pre 10.0 databases

If, in your application, you need to the ability to convert older databases to the 10.0 format, then you need the database unload utility, dbunload, together with the following additional files:

Description Windows Linux/Unix Mac OS X
Unload support for pre-10.0 databases dbunlspt.exe dbunlspt dbunlspt
Message resource library dbus[en].dll dbus[en].res dbus[en].res

The table above shows a file with the designation [en]. These files are available in a number of different languages with English (en) being just one of them. For more information, see the following section International message files.

In addition to these files, you also need the files described in Deploying database utilities and Deploying SQL script files.

International message files

All displayed text and online help for the administration tools is translated from English into French, German, Japanese, and Simplified Chinese. The resources for each language are held in separate files. The English files contain en in the file names. French files have similar names, but use fr instead of en. German file names contain de, Japanese file names contain ja, and Chinese files contain zh.

If you want to install support for different languages, you have to add the resource files for those other languages. The translated files are as follows:

dbus??.dll - Windows Message Files
dbusen.dll   English
dbusfr.dll   French
dbusde.dll   German
dbusja.dll   Japanese
dbuszh.dll   Chinese
dbus??.res - Linux/Unix/Mac OS X Message Files
dbusen.res   English
dbusde.res   German
dbusja.res   Japanese
dbuszh.res   Chinese

These files are included with localized versions of SQL Anywhere.

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