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SQL Remote version 17.0 includes enhancements and behavior changes.
Deprecated features will be removed in future versions. Alter your applications to use recommended feature replacements instead of relying on deprecated features.
Check the readme.txt file for additional information about the software, including feature information that was added after the documentation was completed.
The dbremote utility now retrieves offline transaction logs from the SQL Anywhere database server instead of accessing them directly. If offline transaction logs are required but the given offline transaction log directory cannot be opened or it does not contain offline transaction log files, then dbremote retrieves the offline transaction logs through the database server. The following restrictions apply:
There is a slight performance penalty when using this feature because the database server performs extra work to retrieve the transaction logs.
Previously, when extracting a database using the Extract utility (dbxtract) or the Extract Database Wizard in SQL Central, passwords were unloaded by default. Now, they are not. You must now specify whether to extract passwords (-up option in dbxtract, and a new UI control in the Extract Database Wizard), and you must have the ACCESS USER PASSWORD system privilege to extract them. See Extraction utility (dbxtract).