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iAnywhere.Data.SQLAnywhere equivalents for System.Data.SqlClient

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2008-07-02 12:28:27.0Z
Josh Korn Posted on 2008-06-30 18:22:51.0Z
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Does anyone here know of a document that details the
equivalence of functions between iAnywhere.Data.SQLAnywhere
and System.Data.SqlClient? This would be immensely helpful
for my current project, where I need to adapt some existing
code to work with SQLAnywhere 10.

Although many of the object names look similar to the ones
in SqlClient, I'd much rather know (for obvious reasons)
where the two APIs diverge, so I don't have to discover that
by trial and error.

Thanks in advance
Josh


David Fishburn Posted on 2008-07-02 12:28:27.0Z
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Josh Korn wrote in news:4869247b.5e73.1681692777@sybase.com
of ianywhere.public.general:

JK> Does anyone here know of a document that details the
JK> equivalence of functions between iAnywhere.Data.SQLAnywhere
JK> and System.Data.SqlClient? This would be immensely helpful
JK> for my current project, where I need to adapt some existing
JK> code to work with SQLAnywhere 10.
JK>
JK> Although many of the object names look similar to the ones
JK> in SqlClient, I'd much rather know (for obvious reasons)
JK> where the two APIs diverge, so I don't have to discover that
JK> by trial and error.

Last time I ported a small project the only difference I ran into was
how GUID, UUIDs are used between the two.

I think MS used curly braces or something.
I had to remove them.

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