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Where's the SDK? Need to develop ESPs.

4 posts in Windows NT Last posting was on 2000-02-29 11:15:21.0Z
Kyle A. Miller Posted on 2000-02-28 23:44:21.0Z
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I am reading chapter 15 on creating extended stored procedures in
Transact-SQL User's Guide. It references header files and examples I
don't have. I have the 11.9.2 disc, and the only header files it
installs are the ones not in Sybooks. Am I missing something? Where's
the install option? Can I download it?


Jason Froebe Posted on 2000-02-28 23:46:47.0Z
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"Kyle A. Miller" wrote:

> I am reading chapter 15 on creating extended stored procedures in
> Transact-SQL User's Guide. It references header files and examples I
> don't have. I have the 11.9.2 disc, and the only header files it
> installs are the ones not in Sybooks. Am I missing something? Where's
> the install option? Can I download it?

Hi Kyle,

It's part of the OpenServer product ADD-ON. You can get it from your
Sybase Salesperson.

Jason


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Kyle A. Miller Posted on 2000-02-29 03:13:27.0Z
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Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2000 21:13:27 -0600
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Jason,

Thank you for responding. I find your answer very frustrating. SDK's
_promote_ the use of your product through extensibility. Forcing a developer
to buy an SDK to write extended stored procedures is unreasonable, especially
when your competition offers their information for free. I would hope Sybase
would reevaluate this policy and reverse it in the very near future.

Jason Froebe wrote:

> "Kyle A. Miller" wrote:
>
> > I am reading chapter 15 on creating extended stored procedures in
> > Transact-SQL User's Guide. It references header files and examples I
> > don't have. I have the 11.9.2 disc, and the only header files it
> > installs are the ones not in Sybooks. Am I missing something? Where's
> > the install option? Can I download it?
>
> Hi Kyle,
>
> It's part of the OpenServer product ADD-ON. You can get it from your
> Sybase Salesperson.
>
> Jason


Tony Imbierski Posted on 2000-02-29 11:15:21.0Z
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I hear what you're saying Kyle and I personally agree with you. But bearing in
mind this is the NT group, the main competition is Microsoft and they certainly
charge for their SDK's. In fact we have to buy the NT SDK from them in order to
develop ASE!

cheers,
tonyi (NT engineer, ASE engineering)

"Kyle A. Miller" wrote:

> Jason,
>
> Thank you for responding. I find your answer very frustrating. SDK's
> _promote_ the use of your product through extensibility. Forcing a developer
> to buy an SDK to write extended stored procedures is unreasonable, especially
> when your competition offers their information for free. I would hope Sybase
> would reevaluate this policy and reverse it in the very near future.
>
> Jason Froebe wrote:
>
> > "Kyle A. Miller" wrote:
> >
> > > I am reading chapter 15 on creating extended stored procedures in
> > > Transact-SQL User's Guide. It references header files and examples I
> > > don't have. I have the 11.9.2 disc, and the only header files it
> > > installs are the ones not in Sybooks. Am I missing something? Where's
> > > the install option? Can I download it?
> >
> > Hi Kyle,
> >
> > It's part of the OpenServer product ADD-ON. You can get it from your
> > Sybase Salesperson.
> >
> > Jason