The server class you specify in the CREATE SERVER statement determines the behavior of a remote connection. The server classes give SQL Anywhere detailed server capability information. SQL Anywhere formats SQL statements specific to a server's capabilities.
There are two categories of server classes:
Each server class has a set of unique characteristics that you need to know to configure the server for remote data access.
You should refer both to information generic to the server class category (JDBC-based or ODBC-based), and to the information specific to the individual server class.
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