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Following is a list of enhancements made to database utilities in SQL Anywhere version 11.0.0.
Configuration file enhancement You can now use an ampersand (&) in configuration files to indicate that the previous token is continued on the next line. See Using configuration files.
Unload utility (dbunload) enhancements The following enhancements have been made to dbunload:
A new option, -cp, has been added to allow you to cause dbunload to compress the data output file.
Previously, if specified the -ek, -ep, or -ea encryption options, without also specifying the -an or -ar reload options, an error was returned. Now, however, dbunload accepts the encryption options, and applies them to the output file it creates.
The -g option now refreshes text indexes defined as MANUAL REFRESH. See Text indexes.
By default, text indexes defined as MANUAL REFRESH are not initialized as part of a reload. If you want to initialize these text indexes, you can specify the dbunload -g option.
The -no option lets you unload object definitions in alphabetical order, grouped by object type. This can be useful for comparing the reload.sql files for databases.
Validation utility (dbvalid) enhancements Previously, the dbvalid utility validated all tables and materialized views by default. Dbvalid now also executes a VALIDATE DATABASE statement.
When a database is autostarted by running the Validation utility, it is started in read-only mode. This prevents you from changing the database in case it is being validated as part of a backup and recovery plan.
Maintaining the generated .sql file if the Log Translation utility (dbtran) detects corruption The Log Translation utility -k option lets you specify that you do not want a partial .sql file deleted if translating the log file fails because of corruption in the transaction log file. See Log Translation utility (dbtran).
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