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Converting from SQLAnywhere 5.5.05 to ASA 9.0

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2003-12-05 17:25:29.0Z
Thomas George Posted on 2003-12-05 16:38:19.0Z
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Hello,
We are planning to upgrade our databases from SQLAnywhere 5.5.05
(build#2787) to the latest ASA 9.0.
We have both SQLAnywhere network servers (3 instances) and several remote
SQLA engines that replicate with the databases on the servers. The
installations are on Win2K and WinNT servers.

Can someone please guide us on how we should go about with the database
conversion from SQLA to ASA 9.0.
Are there any documentation available on this topic?
Thanks in advance

Thomas


Scott Kruer Posted on 2003-12-05 17:25:29.0Z
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Check out the SQL Anywhere version 9 documentation... specifically:

What's New in SQL Anywhere Studio
Upgrading Version 5 Applications

This might get you going....

Scott Kruer
iAnywhere Solutions

On 5 Dec 2003 08:38:19 -0800, "Thomas George" <georgeth@phmns.com>

wrote:

>Hello,
>We are planning to upgrade our databases from SQLAnywhere 5.5.05
>(build#2787) to the latest ASA 9.0.
>We have both SQLAnywhere network servers (3 instances) and several remote
>SQLA engines that replicate with the databases on the servers. The
>installations are on Win2K and WinNT servers.
>
>Can someone please guide us on how we should go about with the database
>conversion from SQLA to ASA 9.0.
>Are there any documentation available on this topic?
>Thanks in advance
>
>Thomas
>
>