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Runtime version

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2002-11-12 17:52:09.0Z
Hugo.Croonenborghs Posted on 2002-11-12 14:20:21.0Z
From: Hugo.Croonenborghs
Date: Tue, 12 Nov 2002 09:20:21 -0500
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Hi,

As a SW firm, we are recently developing and deploying a
SW package which uses SQL Anywhere database server (Windows)

It is the intention that we have one database server running
in a network with several clients accessing this database.

Now, our customers need to setup this environment via a setup.
What we are planning to do is to provide to our customers the
same Sybase setup CD as the one we are using at the office
(OEM verion).

Now, I'm quite sure this isn't the way because a customer does
not need to run the full SQL Anywhere setup install, he does
not need a Sybase program group, he does not need the Sybase
central program etc.

Is there a better way? Is there a kind of runtime SQL anywhere
server? What about licences?

Thanks in advance!

Hugo.croonenborghs@entelec.be


Robert Waywell Posted on 2002-11-12 17:52:09.0Z
From: "Robert Waywell" <rwaywell@ianywhere.com>
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1) Make sure you understand the terms of your license agreement which will
detail which components you are entitled to deploy.

2) Take a look at this section of the docs for guidance on which files need
to be deployed for a given configuration:

Adaptive Server Anywhere Programming Guide

12. Deploying Databases and Applications

3) I would recommend taking a look at the newsgroup
"sybase.public.sqlanywhere.general" which is focused on ASA and has many
threads on deployment.

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<Hugo.Croonenborghs> wrote in message
news:001D9819994529E5004EC4A385256C6F.004EC4C885256C6F@webforums...
>
> Hi,
>
> As a SW firm, we are recently developing and deploying a
> SW package which uses SQL Anywhere database server (Windows)
>
> It is the intention that we have one database server running
> in a network with several clients accessing this database.
>
> Now, our customers need to setup this environment via a setup.
> What we are planning to do is to provide to our customers the
> same Sybase setup CD as the one we are using at the office
> (OEM verion).
>
> Now, I'm quite sure this isn't the way because a customer does
> not need to run the full SQL Anywhere setup install, he does
> not need a Sybase program group, he does not need the Sybase
> central program etc.
>
> Is there a better way? Is there a kind of runtime SQL anywhere
> server? What about licences?
>
> Thanks in advance!
>
> Hugo.croonenborghs@entelec.be