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This book is part of the SQL Anywhere documentation set. This section describes the books in the documentation set and how you can use them.
The complete SQL Anywhere documentation is available in two forms: an online form that combines all books, and as separate PDF files for each book. Both forms of the documentation contain identical information and consist of the following books:
SQL Anywhere 10 - Introduction This book introduces SQL Anywhere 10—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 10 - Changes and Upgrading This book describes new features in SQL Anywhere 10 and in previous versions of the software.
SQL Anywhere Server - Database Administration This book covers material related to running, managing, and configuring SQL Anywhere databases. It describes database connections, the database server, database files, backup procedures, security, high availability, and replication with Replication Server, as well as administration utilities and options.
SQL Anywhere Server - SQL Usage This book describes how to design and create databases; how to import, export, and modify data; how to retrieve data; and how to build stored procedures and triggers.
SQL Anywhere Server - SQL Reference This book provides a complete reference for the SQL language used by SQL Anywhere. It also describes the SQL Anywhere system views and procedures.
SQL Anywhere Server - Programming This book describes how to build and deploy database applications using the C, C++, and Java programming languages, as well as Visual Studio .NET. Users of tools such as Visual Basic and PowerBuilder can use the programming interfaces provided by those tools.
SQL Anywhere 10 - Error Messages This book provides a complete listing of SQL Anywhere error messages together with diagnostic information.
MobiLink - Getting Started This manual introduces MobiLink, a session-based relational-database synchronization system. MobiLink technology allows two-way replication and is well suited to mobile computing environments.
MobiLink - Server Administration This manual describes how to set up and administer MobiLink applications.
MobiLink - Client Administration This manual describes how to set up, configure, and synchronize MobiLink clients. MobiLink clients can be SQL Anywhere or UltraLite databases.
MobiLink - Server-Initiated Synchronization This manual describes MobiLink server-initiated synchronization, a feature of MobiLink that allows you to initiate synchronization or other remote actions from the consolidated database.
QAnywhere This manual describes QAnywhere, which is a messaging platform for mobile and wireless clients as well as traditional 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.
SQL Anywhere 10 - Context-Sensitive Help This manual provides context-sensitive help for the Connect dialog, the Query Editor, the MobiLink Monitor, the SQL Anywhere Console utility, the Index Consultant, and Interactive SQL.
UltraLite - Database Management and Reference This manual introduces the UltraLite database system for small devices.
UltraLite - AppForge Programming This manual describes UltraLite for AppForge. With UltraLite for AppForge you can develop and deploy database applications to handheld, mobile, or embedded devices, running Palm OS, Symbian OS, or Windows CE.
UltraLite - .NET Programming This manual describes UltraLite.NET. With UltraLite.NET you can develop and deploy database applications to computers, or handheld, mobile, or embedded devices.
UltraLite - M-Business Anywhere Programming This manual describes UltraLite for M-Business Anywhere. With UltraLite for M-Business Anywhere you can develop and deploy web-based database applications to handheld, mobile, or embedded devices, running Palm OS, Windows CE, or Windows XP.
UltraLite - C and C++ Programming This manual describes UltraLite C and C++ programming interfaces. With UltraLite, you can develop and deploy database applications to handheld, mobile, or embedded devices.
SQL Anywhere provides documentation in the following formats:
Online documentation The online documentation contains the complete SQL Anywhere documentation, including the books and the context-sensitive help for SQL Anywhere tools. The online documentation is updated with each maintenance release of the product, and is the most complete and up-to-date source of documentation.
To access the online documentation on Windows operating systems, choose Start > Programs > SQL Anywhere 10 > Online Books. You can navigate the online documentation using the HTML Help table of contents, index, and search facility in the left pane, as well as using the links and menus in the right pane.
To access the online documentation on Unix operating systems, see the HTML documentation under your SQL Anywhere installation or on your installation CD.
PDF files The complete set of SQL Anywhere books is provided as a set of Adobe Portable Document Format (pdf) files, viewable with Adobe Reader.
On Windows, the PDF books are accessible from the online books via the PDF link at the top of each page, or from the Windows Start menu (Start > Programs > SQL Anywhere 10 > Online Books - PDF Format).
On Unix, the PDF books are accessible on your installation CD.