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SQL Anywhere 11.0.1 » SQL Anywhere 11 - Introduction » Getting Started with SQL Anywhere 11 » Getting started with SQL Anywhere 11


Getting started

Most of the tutorials throughout the documentation use the SQL Anywhere 11 sample database (demo.db) or the CustDB sample database application (custdb.db).

For information about demo.db, see SQL Anywhere sample database.

For information about custdb.db, see:

List of getting started

The following is a list of introductory materials and tutorials for the database and data exchange technologies.

  • SQL Anywhere Server   See Getting started with SQL Anywhere Server.

    This section walks you through several tutorials related to connecting to, and administering, SQL Anywhere Server databases.

  • UltraLite   See UltraLite CustDB samples.

    This chapter uses the UltraLite sample database (custdb.db) to demonstrate:

    • Logging in and populating an UltraLite remote database
    • Using a client application
    • Synchronizing an UltraLite database with a consolidated database
    • Browsing MobiLink synchronization scripts

  • MobiLink   See MobiLink - Getting Started.

    This book introduces MobiLink and contains numerous tutorials to guide you through the process of setting up a synchronization system that uses SQL Anywhere databases.

  • QAnywhere   See Quick start to QAnywhere.

    This chapter provides an overview of the tasks required to set up and run QAnywhere messaging.

  • SQL Remote   See SQL Remote introduction.

    This chapter introduces SQL Remote and describes how to set up a simple SQL Remote replication system using Sybase Central.

Other applications

SQL Anywhere also includes the following applications to create physical data models, reports, and applications:

  • PowerDesigner Physical Data Model    See About PowerDesigner Physical Data Model.

    You can use PowerDesigner Physical Data Model to create physical data models of a database and then convert them into SQL Anywhere databases.

  • InfoMaker   See About InfoMaker.

    You can use InfoMaker to create reports quickly.

  • DataWindow .NET   See About DataWindow .NET.

    You can use DataWindow .NET to develop applications.