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dbisql - Need to load onto client.

3 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2008-11-28 15:28:26.0Z
Thane Fitzgerald Posted on 2008-11-28 13:40:08.0Z
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I need to run a query against a local Sybase SQL Anywhere
database. What is the minimum file set to get dbisql.exe to
run on a client that only has the runtime file set?

I am using the following commands to start the local
database and execute a simple query.

rteng8.exe FISHNET.db
dbisql -c "UID=fishnet;PWD=secret316" check_Survey.sql

This works on a client that has had SQL Anywhere installed.
How can I get just the minimum file set to allow me to run
dbisql on a client with only the runtime available?

Thank you
Thane


"Chris Keating [Sybase iAnywhere]" <keating_no Posted on 2008-11-28 14:17:47.0Z
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The runtime license does not permit you to reploy the java DBISQL
utility. You can deploy dbisqlc.exe. For more information, see
"Redistributable Components" in the "Adaptive Server Anywhere
Desktop Runtime Edition Read Me First" document (located on the root of
the desktop install structure).

Thane Fitzgerald wrote:
> I need to run a query against a local Sybase SQL Anywhere
> database. What is the minimum file set to get dbisql.exe to
> run on a client that only has the runtime file set?
>
> I am using the following commands to start the local
> database and execute a simple query.
>
> rteng8.exe FISHNET.db
> dbisql -c "UID=fishnet;PWD=secret316" check_Survey.sql
>
> This works on a client that has had SQL Anywhere installed.
> How can I get just the minimum file set to allow me to run
> dbisql on a client with only the runtime available?
>
> Thank you
> Thane