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2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2004-03-23 18:17:35.0Z
mike beckmann Posted on 2004-03-23 16:48:07.0Z
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we are currently running sybase system 10 and use tools
WISQL32 and SQL Server Manager. We will soon be moving to
system 12 and lose these tools - it appears these tools are
now called Transact- sql editor and Sybase Central. Can I
get these tools as standalone?


Glenn Paulley Posted on 2004-03-23 18:17:35.0Z
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mike beckmann wrote in news:40606a44.ac9.846930886@sybase.com:

> we are currently running sybase system 10 and use tools
> WISQL32 and SQL Server Manager. We will soon be moving to
> system 12 and lose these tools - it appears these tools are
> now called Transact- sql editor and Sybase Central. Can I
> get these tools as standalone?

Try posting your question to sybase.public.ase.upgrades+migration.

Glenn

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