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Tales From The Doc Face

SQL Anywhere Technical Documents


# Date Versions Authors Title
1156Nov 21, 201212.0.1anon.Using SAP Crystal Reports with SAP Sybase SQL Anywhere
1155Oct 15, 201212Breck CarterBlog: Example: RECURSIVE UNION Inverted ORDER BY
1154Oct 12, 201212Breck CarterBlog: Example: RECURSIVE UNION Tree Traversal
1153Sep 24, 2012-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Time separation and performance of technical teams
1152Sep 24, 201212Breck CarterBlog: Fix Twice, Ship Once
1151Sep 6 2012-Chris KleisathBlog: Trends in the Embedded Database Market
1150Aug 15, 201212Breck CarterBlog: Choosing Which Task To Kill
1149Aug 10, 201212Breck CarterBlog: Example: String De-Duplication
1148Aug 8, 201212Breck CarterBlog: Alexander's Sword: UNLOAD SELECT
1147Aug 3, 201212Breck CarterBlog: Help! I Need An Assertion!
1146Jul 27, 201212Breck CarterBlog: Example: TOP 1, WHERE and ORDER BY
1145Jul 23, 201212Breck CarterBlog: IS_NUMERIC()
1144Jul 18, 201212Breck CarterBlog: Product Suggestion: WITH AUTO NAME ON MISSING
1143Jul 6, 201212Breck CarterBlog: JOIN to a text file without a proxy table
1142Jul 4, 201212Breck CarterBlog: Example: HTTP LogFormat (LF) protocol option
1141Jul 2, 201212Breck CarterBlog: Quick! How do I truncate the transaction log?
1140Jun 29, 201212Breck CarterBlog: Example: ROW_NUMBER()
1139Jun 28, 201212Ahmed MunyeTutorial: Deploying a SQL Anywhere .NET Application Using ClickOnce
1138Jun 25, 201212Breck CarterBlog: Example: CROSS APPLY and sa_split_list()
1137Jun 22, 201212Breck CarterBlog: Example: Strip Trailing Zeros After Decimal Point
1136Jun 15, 201212Breck CarterBlog: Back up, start over, find another way
1135Jun 13, 201212Breck CarterBlog: Sometimes the tool you need is right in front of you
1134Jun 11, 201212Breck CarterBlog: COMPUTE: A Bed-Time Story
1133Jun 4, 201210Breck CarterBlog: Example: OUTPUT TO From VB, Part 2
1132Jun 1, 201210Breck CarterBlog: Example: OUTPUT TO From VB
1131May 31, 201210, 11, 12Glenn PaulleyBlog: The second deadly sin – part un
1130May 30, 201212anon.Centralizing your Remote Databases for Synchronizations
1129May 30, 2012-Breck CarterBlog: Product Suggestion: INSERT SET
1128May 21, 2012-Breck CarterBlog: Product Suggestion: Index Skip Key Processing
1127May 16, 201212anon.SQL Anywhere Spatial Data Synchronization Sample
1126May 11, 2012-Glenn PaulleyBlog: SQL/RPR available for initial public review
1125Apr 11, 20129Breck CarterBlog: Example: RECURSIVE UNION
1124Apr 201212anon.Insider: How to Set Up SA in a Windows 2008 Failover Cluster
1123Apr 201212.0.1anon.Adding databases with external environments to a SQL Anywhere OnDemand Edition 1.0 cloud
1122Mar 27, 2012-Anisoara Nica,
Daniel Scott Brotherston,
David William Hillis
Patent 8,145,621: Graphical representation of query optimizer search space in a database management system
1121Mar 15, 201212Graham HurstMobiLink 12 Performance
1120Mar 14, 2012-Breck CarterBlog: Product Suggestion: CANCEL TRANSACTION ON CONNECTION nnn
1119Mar 14, 201212Glenn PaulleyBlog: Limitations of proxy tables
1118Mar 13, 201212Glenn PaulleyBlog: NHibernate 3.3.0CR1 released
1117Mar 12, 201212Breck CarterBlog: Beware Drifting Options
1116Mar 2, 2012-Breck CarterBlog: A NULLable Column Is Like A Gun
1115Mar 201212.0.1anon.Query Processing Based on SQL Anywhere 12.0.1 Architecture
1114Feb 29, 2012-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Robustness and error handling
1113Feb 29, 20129 to 12Breck CarterBlog: Example: Working With RAND()
1112Feb 25, 201212Breck CarterBlog: Example: A Really Simple Moving Average WINDOW clause
1111Feb 23, 2012-Eric FarrarBlog: Multi-Tenancy, Platforms, and ISVs
1110Feb 22, 2012-Eric FarrarBlog: Reflections on Cloud Connect 2012
1109Feb 20, 2012-Jason HinspergerBlog: The Various Degrees of Hosting
1108Feb 20, 201212Breck CarterBlog: Example: Using Views For Row-Level Security
1107Feb 17, 201212Breck CarterBlog: Example: A Single-Row Connection-Level Table
1106Feb 16, 201212.0.1anon.Tutorial: Migrating a SQL Server Database to SQL Anywhere
1105Feb 15, 201212Breck CarterBlog: Example: ISDATE Is Smarter Than It Looks
1104Feb 14, 201212.0.1anon.Tutorial: Migrating a MySQL Database to SQL Anywhere
1103Feb 13, 201212Jason HinspergerBlog: SQL Anywhere OnDemand Tenancy Model
1102Feb 10, 2012-Breck CarterBlog: Why SQL Server Sucks: ISNULL
1101Feb 8, 201212Breck CarterBlog: Example: UNLOAD INTO VARIABLE and EXECUTE IMMEDIATE
1100Feb 6, 201212Jason HinspergerBlog: SQL Anywhere Performance – "How can I make it faster?"
1099Feb 3, 2012-Breck CarterBlog: Coding Good Comments: Modification History
1098Feb 201212anon.Insider: A SQL Anywhere Performance Testing Example
1097Feb 1, 2012-Breck CarterBlog: Coding Good Comments: Explanations
1096Jan 27, 2012-Breck CarterBlog: Coding Good Comments: Exhortations
1095Jan 25, 2012-Breck CarterBlog: Coding Good Comments: Section Titles
1094Jan 23, 201212Jason HinspergerBlog: Simple.Data and SQL Anywhere – First Impressions
1093Jan 16, 201212Jason HinspergerBlog: SVG support in SQL Anywhere
1092Jan 16, 201212Breck CarterBlog: Let's play Gotcha! 2012 Edition, Round 1
1091Jan 11, 2012-Breck CarterBlog: Coding Guidelines
1090Jan 9, 201212Breck CarterBlog: You Can't Do That In SQL!
1089Jan 9, 201211, 12Jason HinspergerBlog: Who Needs a Client Interface?
1088Dec 23, 2011-Mohammed Abouzour,
Ivan T. Bowman,
Peter Bumbulis,
David E. DeHaan,
Anil K. Goel,
Anisoara Nica,
G. N. Paulley,
John Smirnios
Database Self-Management: Taming the Monster
1087Dec 23, 2011-Breck CarterBlog: Product Suggestion: User-Defined ERRORMSG()
1086Dec 23, 201112Glenn PaulleyBlog: Database Self-Management: Taming the Monster
1085Dec 22, 201112Jason HinspergerBlog: ISVs Can Improve Customer Satisfaction By Moving to the Cloud
1084Dec 21, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Let's play "Gotcha!" - the ACID Edition
1083Dec 16, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Another tool for the box
1082Dec 14, 201112Breck CarterBlog: If you can't JOIN 'em, ...
1081Dec 9, 2011-Breck CarterBlog: Product Suggestion: Minimum Row Size
1080Dec 2, 2011-Breck CarterBlog: How do you know when it's time to ship?
1079Dec 201112anon.Migrating a PostgreSQL Database to SQL Anywhere 12
1078Dec 201112anon.Insider: Using SQL Anywhere as a Generic HTTP Web Server
1077Nov 30, 201112.0.1.3505Breck CarterBlog: New Properties in SQL Anywhere 12 and Beyond
1076Nov 25, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Pssst! Wanna see some Intra-Query Parallelism?
1075Nov 23, 20115.5, 12Breck CarterBlog: Microsoft SQL Server 1992... almost
1074Nov 22, 2011-Anisoara Nica,
Evguenia Eflov
Patent 8,065,269: Immediate maintenance of materialized views
1073Nov 22, 201112Chris KleisathBlog: Challenges with Shared Schema Database Model for Multiple Tenants in the Cloud
1072Nov 18, 2011-Breck CarterBlog: Bottleneck: Latency Versus Throughput
1071Nov 16, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Bottleneck: Blocked Connections
1070Nov 14, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Bottleneck: MultiProgramming Level
1069Nov 11, 201112Jason HinspergerBlog: ISVs Can Reduce Costs By Moving To the Cloud
1068Nov 9, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Jousting For Knobs
1067Nov 7, 201110, 11, 12Breck CarterBlog: OLAP Window for Running Balance
1066Nov 4, 2011-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Using Cassandra as a cloud file system
1065Nov 4, 201112Breck CarterBlog: OLAP Again
1064Oct 31, 201112Glenn PaulleyBlog: SQL Anywhere at Insight Out
1063Oct 31, 2011-Eric FarrarBlog: Location, Location, Location! (Even in the Cloud)
1062Oct 24, 2011-Eric FarrarBlog: Is Fuji Really a Cloud?
1061Oct 24, 201112Chris KleisathBlog: Behind Every "Cloud" There are Real People
1060Oct 21, 2011-Breck CarterBlog: Set UPDATE With COMMIT EVERY n ROWS
1059Oct 20, 201112Glenn PaulleySQL Anywhere: A Self-Managing Database System - Zero Administration, Mobile Data Management, And The Cloud
1058Oct 19, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Set UPDATE With TOP START AT and COMMIT
1057Oct 17, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Set UPDATE Versus WHERE CURRENT OF Cursor
1056Oct 13, 2011-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Alon Halevy: Bringing (Web) Databases to the Masses
1055Oct 7, 201112Chris KleisathBlog: Development Mindset on New Products
1054Oct 5, 2011-Breck CarterBlog: Let's play "Gotcha!" - New Season
1053Oct 3, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Dump and Continue
1052Oct 201112.0.1anon.Insider: Using Request Logging To Monitor Application Concurrency
1051Sep 30, 201112Chris KleisathBlog: The Importance of Backups!
1050Sep 30, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Let's play "Gotcha!" - Round Three
1049Sep 28, 201112Chris KleisathBlog: Things That Make You Say: "Wow!"
1048Sep 28, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Let's play "Gotcha!" - Round Two
1047Sep 26, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Let's play "Gotcha!" - Round One
1046Sep 21, 201112anon.Creating a Scale-out System with High Availability – SQL Anywhere 12
1045Sep 20, 201112.0.1.3152anon.Installing MobiLink on Linux Red Hat Enterprise Server
1044Sep 20, 2011-Eric FarrarBlog: Sybase "Fuji" is an iCloud-like Architecture ‘for the rest of us'
1043Sep 19, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Smithsonian Anywhere
1042Sep 12-15, 201112José RamosTechwave 2011: DATSQL9 Embedding SQL Anywhere in Commercial Applications
1041Sep 12-15, 201112Chris KleisathTechwave 2011: DATSQL8 Using the SQL Anywhere Monitor
1040Sep 12-15, 201112José RamosTechwave 2011: DATSQL7 .NET Development with SQL Anywhere and Visual Studio
1039Sep 12-15, 201112Jason HinspergerTechwave 2011: DATSQL6 Using Spatial Data in SQL Anywhere
1038Sep 12-15, 201112José RamosTechwave 2011: DATSQL5 Migrating to SQL Anywhere 12
1037Sep 12-15, 201112Dave NeudoerfferTechwave 2011: DATSQL4 SQL Anywhere Performance Analysis
-Sep 12-15, 201112-Techwave 2011: DATSQL3 Self-Management and Self-Healing in SQL Anywhere (Part 2 of 2) [not available]
1036Sep 12-15, 201112Anil K. GoelTechwave 2011: DATSQL2 Self-Management and Self-Healing in SQL Anywhere (Part 1 of 2)
1035Sep 12-15, 201112Kurt Trushenski,
Brad Coomes
Techwave 2011: DATSQL16 Remotely Transitioning a Mobile Field Force to MobiLink/Afaria
-Sep 12-15, 201112-Techwave 2011: DATSQL15 How a Legacy N-Tier System Became Fault Tolerant with SQL Anywhere High Availability [not available]
-Sep 12-15, 201112-Techwave 2011: DATSQL14 Meeting the Challenges of Satellite, Message-Based Replication [not available]
-Sep 12-15, 201112-Techwave 2011: DATSQL13 Successfully Synchronizing Partitioned Data with MobiLink [not available]
1034Sep 12-15, 201112Jason HinspergerTechwave 2011: DATSQL12 SQL Anywhere and OData
1033Sep 12-15, 201112José RamosTechwave 2011: DATSQL11 Using Sybase SQL Anywhere with SAP Products
1032Sep 12-15, 201112Jason HinspergerTechwave 2011: DATSQL10 SQL Anywhere Tips and Techniques
1031Sep 12-15, 201112Chris KleisathTechwave 2011: DATSQL1 SQL Anywhere 12 Data Management New Features
1030Sep 12-15, 201112Dave NeudoerfferTechwave 2011: DATCLD3 Cloud and Multi-Tenant Architectures Using SQL Anywhere
1029Sep 12-15, 201112Eric FarrarTechwave 2011: DATCLD2 ISV Plans for SaaS: Peer Perspectives
1028Sep 12-15, 201112Eric FarrarTechwave 2011: DATCLD1 "Fuji" — The Cloud Data Platform Built for ISVs
1027Sep 12, 201112Breck CarterBlog: OLAP Counseling
1026Sep 9, 201112Rafael KitoverBlog: Using SQL Anywhere on Mac OS X
1025Sep 9, 2011-Glenn PaulleyBlog: SQL/2011 near final draft stage
1024Sep 7, 201110, 11, 12Breck CarterBlog: Unrequited OLAP
1023Sep 5, 201112Breck CarterBlog: What a great idea!
1022Sep 2, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Wishing for a WER
1021Aug 31, 201112Breck CarterBlog: The Story of a Bug
1020Aug 29, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Docs Finds Bugs
1019Aug 22, 201111, 12Breck CarterBlog: The New MaxBPs=768: Set MAX_QUERY_TASKS = '1'
1018Aug 22, 201112Tom SleeBlog: A SQL Anywhere Push Sample for Android
1017Aug 15, 20119Breck CarterBlog: Never throw out those old setup CDs!
1016Aug 12, 201112Chris KleisathBlog: SQL Anywhere Forum hits 1000 questions!
1015Aug 10, 201112.0.1Glenn PaulleyBlog: Using NHibernate 3.2.0 GA with SQL Anywhere 12.0.1
1014Aug 9, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Scrolling In A Partition: Is There A Better Way?
1013Aug 5, 2011-Breck CarterBlog: Characteristic Errors, Revisited
1012Aug 3, 201112Breck CarterBlog: UNLOAD To A Named Pipe Beats UNLOAD COMPRESSED
1011Aug 201112.0.1anon.Importing Data from ODBC Sources into SQL Anywhere on Microsoft Windows
1010Jul 29, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Using LockCount To Display UPDATE Progress
1009Jul 27, 2011-Breck CarterBlog: Beware CURRENT TIMESTAMP
1008Jul 21, 20115.5 to 12Glenn PaulleyBlog: UPDATE statements and lower isolation levels
1007Jul 13, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Using SQL to control a batch file
1006Jul 11, 20119.0.1 to 12Breck CarterBlog: Transactional Upload With MobiLink
1005Jul 11, 201112Tom SleeBlog: HTTPS Synchronization on Android: Handling Certificates
1004Jul 8, 2011-Breck CarterBlog: If your only tool is an X
1003Jul 6, 2011-Breck CarterBlog: Product Suggestion: Allow parameter-name = expression in function calls
1002Jul 5, 2011-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Our Troubles with Linux and Why You Should Care
1001Jul 201112Kevin GreenTutorial: Embedding SQL Anywhere in Commercial Applications Requiring a Database
1000July 201112.0.1anon.Migrating SQL Anywhere database applications to ASE
999Jul 1, 2011-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Starfish: Self-tuning data analytics with Hadoop
998Jul 1, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Dumping stored procedure source code into a text file
997Jun 27, 2011-Breck CarterBlog: Why did it take 0.43 seconds to insert one row?
996Jun 21, 2011-Glenn PaulleyBlog: The state-of-the-art with flash storage
995Jun 17, 2011-Breck CarterBlog: Stupid Error Messages
994Jun 17, 201112Eric FarrarBlog: Building a Glider Gun with SQL Anywhere
993Jun 16, 2011-Anisoara NicaIncremental maintenance of materialized views with outerjoins
992Jun 15, 2011-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Thoughts on DBTEST 2011
991Jun 14, 2011-Peter BumbulisPatent 7,962,693: Cache management system providing improved page latching methodology
990Jun 13, 201112Glenn PaulleyThe Peril Of Complexity
989Jun 13, 201112Mumtaz Ahmad,
Ivan T. Bowman
Predicting System Performance for Multi-tenant Database Workloads
988Jun 10, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Opinion: Code Generators Are (Should Be) Disposable
987Jun 3, 201112Breck CarterBlog: The USE Statement In SQL Anywhere
986Jun 3, 201111+Eric FarrarBlog: Database Documentation with SQL Anywhere
985Jun 2, 201112Chris KleisathBlog: A Reflection on 25 Years
984Jun 201112anon.Insider: Retrieving Web Data Using SQL Anywhere
983Jun 1, 201112Breck CarterBlog: SQL Anywhere Functions On The Client Side
982May 31, 201112.0.1anon.Mobilizing an Oracle 11g Database
981May 30, 201112Tom SleeBlog: How Long Does a Sync Take?
980May 27, 201111, 12Breck CarterBlog: A Graphical Plan Reading List
979May 25, 2011-Breck CarterBlog: Blocking On Demand
978May 18, 201111Breck CarterBlog: Database Tracing In 50 Easy Steps
977May 16, 201112Breck CarterBlog: UNLOAD SELECT BULK INSERT
976May 11, 2011-Breck CarterBlog: Synchronizing Updated Primary and Foreign Key Values with MobiLink
975May 05, 201112anon.Using Ruby with SQL Anywhere 12
974May 2, 2011-Breck CarterBlog: Misunderstanding SQL Anywhere
973May 1, 201112Tom SleeBlog: Database Programming on Android with UltraLite
972Apr 25, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Demonstrating Backup, Validation and Restore
971Apr 22, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Validating Backups
970Apr 20, 2011-Glenn PaulleyBlog: The first deadly sin – part un
969Apr 18, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Answer: Which log backups are required to restore a database?
968Apr 15, 201112Chris KleisathBlog: The Importance of Interaction Between Software Engineering and Customers
967Apr 15, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Performance Versus Perfection
966Apr 13, 201112anon.Downloading and Uploading Files Through MobiLink
965Apr 11-16, 2011-Anisoara NicaICDE 27: A call for order in search space generation process of query optimization
964Apr 11, 2011-Breck CarterBlog: Monitoring Plans In Production
963Apr 8, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Recovering Across Multiple Backup Generations
962Apr 6, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Quiz: Which log backups are required to restore a database?
961Apr 4, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Sending Email From SQL Anywhere 12 Via Google's SMTP Server
960Apr 2011-anon.Insider: How to Monitor Disk Space Usage with SQL Anywhere
959Apr 1, 201112Chris KleisathBlog: The SQL Anywhere "-go_fast" option
958Apr 1, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Demonstrating Full and Incremental Backups
957Mar 30, 201112.0.1Breck CarterBlog: Proxy {Variables}
956Mar 28, 201112anon.SQL Anywhere I/O Requirements for Windows and Linux
955Mar 23, 2011-Breck CarterBlog: Product Suggestion: Nested Internal Procedures
954Mar 21, 2011-Breck CarterBlog: In Praise Of Recursion
953Mar 16, 201112Breck CarterBlog: In Praise Of SELECT *
952Mar 11, 2011-Breck CarterBlog: Great Moments in History: Fun With NULLs
951Mar 10, 201112Tom SleeBlog: SQL Anywhere Now Available For Android
950Mar 9, 201112Philippe BertrandBlog: Everyone should have DCX
949Mar 9, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Celebrating LIST() and STRING()
948Mar 7, 201112Breck CarterBlog: A Return To The True Path
947Mar 4, 2011-Breck CarterBlog: Assertion Relief
946Mar 2, 201112Jason HinspergerBlog: Create a Heat Map with SQL Anywhere and SAP Crystal Reports
945Feb 23, 2011-Breck CarterBlog: Automatic Restart
944Feb 22, 2011-Ivan Thomas BowmanPatent 7,895,187: Hybrid evaluation of expressions in DBMS
943Feb 22, 2011-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Patterns of Data Modeling
942Feb 22, 201112Chris KleisathBlog: High Availability for Data in an ISV Cloud
941Feb 21, 2011-Breck CarterBlog: Choosing An Embedded Database Upgrade Path
940Feb 18, 201112.0.1Breck CarterBlog: Coolest New Feature In 12.0.1? [fixed]
939Feb 16, 201112Jason HinspergerBlog: SQL Graph Paper
938Feb 16, 201111.0.1, 12Breck CarterBlog: Loading 32-bit Versus 64-bit DLLs [revisited]
937Feb 14, 201112Chris KleisathBlog: SQL Anywhere Database Architecture Ideal for Multi-Tenant and ISV Cloud Environments
936Feb 14, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Loading 32-bit Versus 64-bit DLLs
935Feb 11, 2011-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Seven deadly sins of database application performance
934Feb 9, 201112.0.1Breck CarterBlog: Coolest New Feature In 12.0.1?
933Feb 4, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Capturing the Server Console Log (2)
932Feb 3, 201112Jason HinspergerBlog: Location Based Data Synchronization
931Feb 2, 201110, 11, 12Glenn PaulleyBlog: Snapshot isolation and materialized views
930Feb 2, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Capturing the Server Console Log
929Feb 201112.0.1anon.SQL Anywhere 12.0.1 New Features Summary
928Feb 201112anon.Insider: Working with ODBC DataSources on Microsoft® Windows® (32-bit versus 64-bit)
927Jan 31, 201112Chris KleisathBlog: The On-Ramp To the Cloud AND the Off-Ramp From the Cloud
926Jan 31, 2011-Breck CarterBlog: Avoiding Quotes
925Jan 26, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Did you know?
924Jan 24, 201112Chris KleisathBlog: The New Cloud (part 2): The First Step
923Jan 17, 201112Chris KleisathBlog: The New Cloud
922Jan 14, 201111Breck CarterBlog: p_drop_other_connections Revisited
921Jan 12, 2011-Breck CarterBlog: Syntax error on line 5475, column 0: Illegal character "\n" (10)
920Jan 11, 201112Chris KleisathBlog: The Cloud is Dead. Long Live the Cloud.
919Jan 10, 20119, 10, 11, 12Breck CarterBlog: READ and PARAMETERS
918Jan 5, 201112Breck CarterBlog: The Incredible Shrinking Database: A Quiz
917Jan 4, 201112anon.How to Migrate From Oracle Database Lite to Sybase SQL Anywhere
916Jan 3, 201112Breck CarterBlog: Be Very Afraid Of Floating Point Numbers
915201112.0.1anon.Building Mobile Enterprise Applications with Android and SQL Anywhere
914Dec 31, 2010--Breck CarterBlog: What "Hopelessly Overloaded" Looks Like
913Dec 29, 201012Breck CarterBlog: UNLOAD and LOAD Via Named Pipes
912Dec 27, 201011Breck CarterBlog: In-Memory Downloading from SQL Server (5)
911Dec 24, 201011Breck CarterBlog: UNLOAD COMPRESSED In Action
910Dec 22, 201011Breck CarterBlog: In-Memory Downloading from SQL Server (4)
909Dec 20, 201011Breck CarterBlog: In-Memory Downloading from SQL Server (3)
908Dec 17, 201011Breck CarterBlog: Sometimes It's The Little Things That Count (6)
907Dec 15, 20109.0.1 to 12Glenn PaulleyBlog: Using WITH RESULT SET syntax
906Dec 15, 201011Breck CarterBlog: In-Memory Downloading from SQL Server (2)
905Dec 13, 201011Breck CarterBlog: In-Memory Downloading from SQL Server (1)
904Dec 7, 2010-Matthew Young-LaiPatent 7,849,073: Load balancing for complex database query plans
903Dec 6, 2010-Breck CarterBlog: How many times have you done this?
902Dec 3, 201011, 12Breck CarterBlog: Sometimes It's The Little Things That Count (5)
901Dec 2010-anon.Insider: Testing Query Performance with FETCHTST
900Dec 1, 2010-Breck CarterBlog: File Access Denied in Windows 7
899Nov 29, 201012Philippe BertrandBlog: Hurray for UltraLiteJ 12
898Nov 26, 201012Breck CarterBlog: Pushing UNLOAD
897Nov 24, 201012Breck CarterBlog: Pushing LOAD
896Nov 22, 201012Breck CarterBlog: Pushing OPENSTRING and CROSS APPLY
895Nov 19, 2010-Breck CarterBlog: What's more important? Readability!
894Nov 17, 2010-Breck CarterBlog: Isn't it just possible?
893Nov 15, 201012Breck CarterBlog: Crosstab, Rotate, Pivot, Normalize
892Nov 12, 2010-Breck CarterBlog: How do I create a larger DOS box?
891Nov 11, 201012Eric FarrarBlog: SQL Anywhere Client Installer Released
890Nov 5, 201012Breck CarterBlog: EXPRTYPE, DATEDIFF, MICROSECOND, BIGINT and Volker Barth
889Nov 3, 2010-Breck CarterBlog: Product Suggestion: Improve ISQL - Tools - Index Consultant
888Nov 2, 201012Eric FarrarBlog: Using SQL Anywhere with OpenLayers – Part 2
887Nov 1, 201011Breck CarterBlog: Database Tracing In English
886Oct 27-30, 201012Glenn PaulleyCIKM 2010: Turning dark clouds into silver linings
885Oct 27, 201011Breck CarterBlog: Getting a BIGINT from DATEDIFF
884Oct 26, 2010-Anisoara NicaDOLAP 2010: Immediate materialized views with outerjoins
883Oct 22, 201011.0.1Breck CarterBlog: Well, don't leave us hanging... is this a bug or not?
882Oct 20, 20105 to 12Breck CarterBlog: It's good to be INSENSITIVE
881Oct 20, 2010-Tom SleeBlog: Computerworld: "Mobile increasingly driving the IT bus"
880Oct 14, 201011Breck CarterBlog: Using HTTPS with your SQL Anywhere-based web server
879Oct 9, 201011.0.1Breck CarterBlog: What's going on here?
878Oct 2010-anon.Insider: Testing the Impact of Schema Changes - INSTEST
877Oct 1, 2010-Eric FarrarBlog: The Components of IaaS
876Sep 30, 2010-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Kelly Lyons: Mediating human-to-human interactions through technology
875Sep 28, 2010-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Defining robustness
874Sep 21, 2010-Tom SleeBlog: Choosing a Sybase Technology for your Mobile Applications
873Sep 17, 201012Philippe BertrandBlog: The Encryption Control Saga v12
872Sep 15, 2010-Chris KleisathBlog: Redundancy and Flexibility in Software Products
871Sep 14, 20108.0.2 to 12Glenn PaulleyBlog: Analyzing clustered indexes
870Sep 3, 201012Eric FarrarUsing SQL Anywhere with OpenLayers – Part 1
869Aug 30, 201011, 12Philippe BertrandBlog: UltraLiteJ BlackBerry Connectivity
868Aug 19, 2010-Jeannette SmithBasic OLE DB, ADO and .NET Connectivity for Sybase Databases
867Aug 16, 20105 to 12anon.Handling an Assertion Failure
866Aug 13, 2010-Chris KleisathBlog: Thinking Outside the Box
-Aug 9-11, 201012-Techwave 2010: DATSQL9 Developing Smartphone Applications [not available]
865Aug 9-11, 201012Jason HinspergerTechwave 2010: DATSQL8 and DATSQL15 Introduction To Using Spatial Data With SQL Anywhere 12
864Aug 9-11, 201012Dave NeudoerfferTechwave 2010: DATSQL7 Cloud and Multi-Tenant Architectures With SQL Anywhere
863Aug 9-11, 201012Reg DomaratzkiTechwave 2010: DATSQL6 Using the Sybase Relay Server
862Aug 9-11, 201012Russ ChamberlainTechwave 2010: DATSQL5 Capacity Planning In MobiLink
861Aug 9-11, 201012Anil K. GoelTechwave 2010: DATSQL3 Merge Statement And Materialized Views In SQL Anywhere Parts 1 and 2
860Aug 9-11, 201012Tom SleeTechwave 2010: DATSQL2 and DATSQL13 SQL Anywhere 12 Data Synchronization New Features
859Aug 9-11, 201012Eric FarrarTechwave 2010: DATSQL16 Using the SQL Anywhere 12 Monitor
858Aug 9-11, 201012Reg DomaratzkiTechwave 2010: DATSQL14 Extending ASE to Mobile Environments
857Aug 9-11, 201012Russ ChamberlainTechwave 2010: DATSQL11 Central Administration of Remote Databases Using SQL Anywhered 12
856Aug 9-11, 201012Anil K. GoelTechwave 2010: DATSQL10 Self Management and Self Healing in SQL Anywhere
855Aug 9-11, 201012Eric FarrarTechwave 2010: DATSQL1 and DATSQL12 SQL Anywhere 12 Data Management New Features
854Aug 20105 to 12anon.Insider: How to Handle Assertion Failed Messages in SQL Anywhere
853Jul 31, 201011Breck CarterBlog: A SQL Anywhere Web Service for Displaying Images
852Jul 30, 201012.0.1anon.Tutorial Video: Sybase Central Relay Server Plug-in
851Jul 30, 201012anon.New Relay Server Features in SQL Anywhere 12
850Jul 29, 201012anon.Tutorial Video: Central Administration of Remote Databases
849Jul 29, 201012anon.SQL Anywhere and Microsoft .NET
848Jul 29, 201012anon.SQL Anywhere 12 MobiLink New Features
847Jul 29, 2010-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Infinity gives me vertigo
846Jul 27, 201012anon.Storing YouTube Subscription Information Inside a SQL Anywhere Database
845Jul 27, 201012anon.Connecting to a SQL Anywhere Database Using ADO.NET and the OLE DB.NET Data Provider
844Jul 27, 201012anon.CLR External Environment Sample
843Jul 26, 201012Glenn PaulleyBlog: Improvements to materialized view support in SQL Anywhere 12
842Jul 22, 201012Eric FarrarBlog: Using OpenStreetMap Data with SQL Anywhere
841Jul 20, 201011, 12anon.AdventureWorks2008 Sample Database for SQL Anywhere
840Jul 20, 201011, 12anon.AdventureWorks2008 .NET Samples
839Jul 19, 201011.0.1.2427, 12anon.Tutorial: Using the ADO.NET Entity Framework with SQL Anywhere
838Jul 19, 201011anon.Connecting to a SQL Anywhere Database Using ADO.NET and the SQL Anywhere .NET Data Provider
837Jul 14, 201010, 11, 12anon.How to Debug Blocking in a SQL Anywhere Database
836Jul 10, 2010-Glenn PaulleyBlog: SQL Anywhere as a ubiquitous DBMS
835Jul 5, 201012Glenn PaulleyBlog: Hibernate schema generation using PowerDesigner with SQL Anywhere
834Jul 3, 201011.0.1Markus KargBlog: JDBC batch mode support in SQL Anywhere 11.0.1: Better late than never!
833Jul 201012anon.Tutorial: Creating an ASP.NET Web Page Using SQL Anywhere
832Jul 201011.0.1.2427, 12anon.SQL Anywhere Integration with Visual Studio 2010
831Jul 201012anon.SQL Anywhere 12 Integration with Visual Studio 2010
830Jul 201012anon.SQL Anywhere 12 Integration with Visual Studio 2008
829Jul 1, 201012.0.0Breck Carter10 Cool New Features in SQL Anywhere 12
828Jun 30, 201012Glenn PaulleyBlog: Why upgrade to SQL Anywhere version 12?
827Jun 22, 2010-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Multi-tenancy and Salesforce.com
826Jun 5, 2010-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Benchmarks and measurement bias – part deux
825Jun 201012Philippe BertrandUltraLiteJ Security on BlackBerry Devices
824Jun 201011anon.Tutorial: Creating an ASP.NET Web Page Using SQL Anywhere
823Jun 201012.0.0anon.SQL Anywhere 12 New Features Summary
822Jun 201010, 11, 12anon.Insider: How to Debug Blocking in a SQL Anywhere Database
821Jun 1, 2010-Chris KleisathBlog: Why?
820May 25, 201012Eric FarrarBlog: SQL Anywhere Spatial Support and Google Maps
819May 12, 201012Glenn PaulleyBlog: Self-healing statistics in SQL Anywhere 12
818May 201011.0.1.2427anon.SQL Anywhere 11 Integration with Visual Studio 2010
817Apr 28, 2010-Chris KleisathBlog: Trade Offs (part två) – Lessons from the Vasa
816Apr 23, 201011anon.How to eliminate deadlocks from your SQL Anywhere database?
815Apr 18, 201012Glenn PaulleyBlog: Keywords and upgrades
814Apr 4, 201011.0.1.2376Markus KargBlog: Quick BLOBs Performance Comparison using SQL Anywhere
813Apr 20109, 10, 11anon.Insider: How to Eliminate Deadlocks from your Database
812Mar 29, 201011.0.1Tom SleeBlog: More on UltraLiteJ Security on BlackBerry
811Mar 24, 20105.5 to 12Chris KleisathBlog: Foxhound – A Useful Tool for SQL Anywhere Users
810Mar 22, 20105.5 to 12Glenn PaulleyBlog: Mixing SQL dialects
809Mar 10, 201010anon.Oracle Error Invalid Login ID or Password
808Mar 201011Breck CarterDownloading Data into a SQL Anywhere In-Memory Database from Microsoft SQL Server
807Mar 1, 201011.0.1Tom SleeBlog: UltraLiteJ Security on BlackBerry Devices
806Feb 26, 2010-Chris KleisathBlog: Who made your memory card?
805Feb 18, 20109, 10, 11anon.How to Manage Temporary Files in SQL Anywhere 11
804Feb 9, 201012Glenn PaulleyBlog: Diagnosis of blocking with Application Profiling
803Feb 3, 201011Rafael KitoverBlog: Sybase SQL Anywhere
802Feb 2, 2010-Chris KleisathBlog: It's a Test Bash!
801Feb 2, 201011anon.AdventureWorks2008 Windows Mobile Samples
800Feb 20109, 10, 11anon.Insider: How to Manage Temporary Files in SQL Anywhere 11
799Jan 28, 201012Glenn PaulleyBlog: SELECT over an UPDATE statement – part trois
798Jan 27, 201012Breck CarterBlog: OMIGOSH! Proxy tables are FAST!
797Jan 21, 201012Glenn PaulleyBlog: SELECT over an UPDATE statement – part deux
796Jan 15, 201010+Eric FarrarBlog: Using SQL Anywhere "Innsbruck" to Send Emails through GMail
795Jan 11, 201011Breck CarterBlog: Crosstab, Rotate, Pivot
794Jan 6, 201012Glenn PaulleyBlog: New SQL Anywhere 12 NHibernate dialect
793Jan 6, 2010-Tom SleeBlog: Mobile Data Apocalypse?
792Jan 05, 201011anon.Using a Silent Installation to Deploy a SQL Anywhere 11 Express Bug Fixes, SQL Anywhere Monitor or the Documentation
791201012anon.SQL Anywhere and the ADO.NET Entity Framework
790Jan 201012Mohammed Abouzour,
Kenneth Salem,
Peter Bumbulis
Automatic Tuning of the Multiprogramming Level in Sybase SQL Anywhere
789Dec 23, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Triple-parity RAID
788Dec 10, 200910+Eric FarrarBlog: Calculating Hash-based Message Authentication Codes with SQL Anywhere
787Nov 26, 20099.0.2Glenn PaulleyBlog: Query performance problem determination in Version 9.0.2
786Nov 24, 200911.0.1Glenn PaulleyBlog: Importing data from Microsoft Excel
785Nov 17, 200911Glenn PaulleyBlog: Referential integrity enhancements in SQL Anywhere 11
784Nov 17, 2009-Chris KleisathBlog: Multi-Tenant Database Architecture – Part 5
783Nov 16, 200911anon.Tutorial: Working With UltraLite Event Notifications
782Nov 16, 200911anon.SQL Anywhere for Windows Mobile/CE and EntitySpaces
781Nov 16, 200911anon.SQL Anywhere and EntitySpaces
780Nov 16, 200911.0.1anon.Setting up a Proxy Table in SQL Anywhere 11.0.1
779Nov 10, 2009-Anisoara NicaPatent 7,617,179: System and methodology for cost-based subquery optimization using a left-deep tree join enumeration algorithm
778Nov 6, 2009-Breck CarterBlog: p_drop_other_connections
777Nov 6, 2009-Chris KleisathBlog: Multi-Tenant Database Architecture – Part 4
776Nov 2, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Holistic approaches to query performance analysis
775Nov 2, 2009-Breck CarterBlog: Boot-Time Defragmentation
774Oct 30, 2009-Breck CarterBlog: Navigation to the webpage was canceled
773Oct 29, 2009-Chris KleisathBlog: Multi-Tenant Database Architecture – Part 3
772Oct 28, 20095.5 to 11Breck CarterBlog: Comparing Database Schemas, Improved Edition
771Oct 26, 200910, 11Breck CarterBlog: DocCommentXchange 2.0 Rocks!
770Oct 26, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Disk failures in the real world
769Oct 23, 20098, 9, 10, 11Breck CarterBlog: How To Capture A Graphical Plan
768Oct 20, 2009-Anisoara NicaPatent 7,606,827: Query optimization using materialized views in database management systems
767Oct 16, 20099, 10, 11, 12Glenn PaulleyBlog: Using RowGenerator – part deux
766Oct 16, 2009-Chris KleisathBlog: Using an Encrypted Database to Store User IDs and Passwords
765Oct 16, 2009-Breck CarterBlog: Product Futures: Grow In-Memory Cache Faster
764Oct 15, 200911.0.1Glenn PaulleyBlog: Differences between jConnect and the iAnywhere JDBC driver – part trois
763Oct 15, 20099, 10, 11, 12Jason HinspergerBlog: Connecting To SQL Anywhere Using JDBC
762Oct 14, 2009-Breck CarterBlog: SQL Anywhere Product Futures Discussion
761Oct 12, 2009-Breck CarterBlog: Global Exception Handler
760Oct 11, 2009-Breck CarterBlog: We Don't Need No Steenking Backup!
759Oct 9, 2009-Chris KleisathBlog: Multi-Tenant Database Architecture – Part 2
758Oct 7, 200911Breck CarterBlog: How To Make Sure Your DatabaseStart Event Finishes First
757Oct 6, 200911Glenn PaulleyBlog: Differences between jConnect and the iAnywhere JDBC driver – part deux
756Oct 2, 200911Joshua SavillConfiguring the Relay Server with Apache using SSL
755Oct 200910anon.The UltraLiteJ Database Transfer Utility
754Sep 29, 2009-Chris KleisathBlog: Multi-Tenant Database Architecture – Part 1
753Sep 25, 20099, 10, 11, 12Glenn PaulleyBlog: Using RowGenerator
752Sep 24, 200910, 11, 12Glenn PaulleyBlog: Factors to consider for utilizing materialized views
751Sep 23, 2009-Breck CarterBlog: Turning Off System Restore Points
750Sep 20, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Benchmarks and measurement bias
749Sep 17, 2009-Chris KleisathBlog: Who is the Most Important Person in Your Company?
748Sep 16, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Mechanics of options in SQL Anywhere
747Sep 16, 200911Breck CarterBlog: Compare Tables With UNLOAD INTO VARIABLE
746Sep 10, 2009-Chris KleisathBlog: The Product is NOT What YOU Think It Is!
745Sep 10, 200911, 12Glenn PaulleyBlog: Controlling service levels using the PRIORITY option
744Sep 8, 200910+Eric FarrarBlog: Creating a Simple Browser-Based iSQL
743Sep 4, 200910Glenn PaulleyBlog: Revised SQL Anywhere NHibernate dialect
742Sep 2, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: What exactly is thread deadlock?
741Aug 27, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Is SQL a failed abstraction?
-Aug 26-27, 200911.0.1-Techwave 2009: What's Next For Smartphone applications? [too large]
740Aug 26-27, 200911.0.1Eric FarrarTechwave 2009: Web Development with SQL Anywhere
739Aug 26-27, 200911.0.1Eric FarrarTechwave 2009: Taking It All Offline with SQL Anywhere
738Aug 26-27, 200911.0.1Glenn PaulleyTechwave 2009: SQL Anywhere Application Development Best Practices
737Aug 26-27, 200911.0.1Glenn PaulleyTechwave 2009: SQL Anywhere 11 Performance Analysis
736Aug 26-27, 200911.0.1Chris KleisathTechwave 2009: SQL Anywhere "State of the Union"
735Aug 26-27, 200911.0.1Joshua SavillTechwave 2009: Security Considerations for Mobile Applications
734Aug 26-27, 2009-Glenn PaulleyTechwave 2009: Object Relational Mappers: Friend or Foe?
733Aug 26-27, 200911.0.1Chris KleisathTechwave 2009: Multi-Tenant and Cloud Architectures with SQL Anywhere
732Aug 26-27, 200911.0.1Joshua SavillTechwave 2009: Mobilink Performance Testing And Benchmarking Considerations
731Aug 26-27, 200911.0.1Eric FarrarTechwave 2009: Introducing the SQL Anywhere Monitor
730Aug 26-27, 200911.0.1Joshua SavillTechwave 2009: Getting Started with MobiLink in SQL Anywhere 11
729Aug 26-27, 200911.0.1Tom SleeTechwave 2009: Developing Windows Mobile Applications
-Aug 26-27, 200911.0.1-Techwave 2009: Developing BlackBerry Applications With SQL Anywhere [too large]
728Aug 26-27, 200911.0.1Eric FarrarTechwave 2009: Developing Applications for SQL Anywhere Using Visual Studio
727Aug 21, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: LIKE predicate semantics with blank-padded databases
726Aug 19, 20099, 10, 11, 12Jason HinspergerBlog: Running a database on an SD Card
725Aug 16, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: ORM toolkit benchmarketing wars
724Aug 16, 2009-Tom SleeBlog: ElegantCode on mobile databases
723Aug 5, 200911.0.1Tom SleeBlog: UltraLiteJ extended support for SQL
722Aug 3, 200910, 11, 12Glenn PaulleyBlog: Invoking the SQL Flagger in SQL Anywhere
721Jul 29, 2009-Chris KleisathBlog: It Depends!
720Jul 28, 200910, 11, 12Jason HinspergerBlog: Reverse Geocoding in SQL Anywhere
719Jul 27, 2009-Breck CarterBlog: Principles of Code Comments
718Jul 24, 200910+Eric FarrarBlog: Reading and Writing .INI Files
717Jul 23, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: A cache pattern for offline web applications
716Jul 20, 20095.5 to 11Breck CarterBlog: Comparing Database Monitors
715Jul 19, 200911Glenn PaulleyBlog: New SQL Anywhere 11 NHibernate dialect
714Jul 16, 200910+Eric FarrarBlog: Using Rhino to Write Stored Procedures in JavaScript – Part 4
713Jul 15, 200910anon.Mobilizing Oracle Database Resource Kit
712Jul 15, 2009-Breck CarterBlog: Danger! NULLs!
711Jul 10, 200911Glenn PaulleyBlog: Loading data in more flexible ways – part deux
710Jul 08, 200910anon.Mobilizing Microsoft SQL Server Resource Kit
709Jul 8, 200910, 11, 12Glenn PaulleyBlog: Using the BIT VARYING data type
708Jul 8, 2009-Breck CarterBlog: Is It Safe?
707Jul 8, 200910, 11, 12Jason HinspergerBlog: Geocoding from the Database
706Jul 6, 200911, 12Glenn PaulleyBlog: Loading data in more flexible ways – part un
705Jul 200911Graham HurstMobiLink 11 Performance
704Jun 29-Jul 2, 2009-Anisoara Nica,
Daniel Scott Brotherston,
David William Hillis
SIGMOD 2009: Extreme visualisation of the query optimizer search spaces
703Jun 29, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Learning lessons from projects – part deux
702Jun 26, 200911, 12Glenn PaulleyBlog: Using regular expressions with SQL Anywhere
701Jun 25, 200911.0.1Hong Shi,
Evguenia Eflov
Performing Full Text Searches on Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Data in SQL Anywhere 11
700Jun 24, 200910+Eric FarrarBlog: Using Rhino to Write Stored Procedures in JavaScript – Part 3
699Jun 23, 2009-Chris KleisathBlog: Part 2: Many Failures Lead to a Success...Now Run With It!
698Jun 22, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Customizing SQL requests with hints – part deux
697Jun 16, 200911Glenn PaulleyBlog: SQL Anywhere 11 Hibernate dialect
696Jun 13, 200911.0.1Glenn PaulleyBlog: Customizing SQL requests with hints
695Jun 10, 200910+Eric FarrarBlog: Using Rhino to Write Stored Procedures in JavaScript – Part 2
694Jun 10, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Learning lessons from projects
693Jun 9, 2009-Anisoara NicaPatent 7,546,311: Optimization of left and right outer join operations in database management systems
692Jun 9, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: IvanAnywhere has on-board flash
691Jun 3, 200910+Eric FarrarBlog: Using Rhino to Write Stored Procedures in JavaScript – Part 1
690Jun 1, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: The best 28 Engineering Management books
689May 24, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Virtualization Design Advisor for DBMS Workloads
688May 19, 200910, 11, 12Glenn PaulleyBlog: Why snapshot isolation is so useful
687May 17, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Query processing challenges with Object-Relational Mapping toolkits
686May 15, 200910+Eric FarrarBlog: The Power of Closures – Part 2
685May 7, 200912Glenn PaulleyBlog: SELECT over an UPDATE statement
684May 6, 2009-Eric FarrarBlog: The Power of Closures – Part 1
683May 4, 200911Breck CarterBlog: Image Preview in ISQL
682May 200911anon.Securing the SQL Anywhere Monitor With Transport Layer Security (TLS)
681May 1, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Materialized view terminology
680Apr 30, 2009-Tom SleeBlog: US Census mobile computing: Boing Boing meets Sybase (almost)
679Apr 30, 2009-Tom SleeBlog: More on those Census blog postings
678Apr 30, 2009-Breck CarterBlog: Another Reason To Use 4K Pages
677Apr 29, 200911Breck CarterBlog: Sometimes It's The Little Things That Count (4)
676Apr 29, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Integrating NAND Flash Devices onto Servers
675Apr 27, 200910, 11, 12Glenn PaulleyBlog: SELECT TOP and START AT
674Apr 27, 2009-Jason HinspergerBlog: Formatting a Tag Cloud
673Apr 24, 2009-Eric FarrarBlog: What do WebSockets Bring to the Table?
672Apr 24, 200911, 12Glenn PaulleyBlog: Using the MERGE statement with SQL Anywhere
671Apr 24, 200911Breck CarterBlog: Demonstrating High Availability
670Apr 23, 2009-Chris KleisathBlog: Failure is Not an Option...It is Mandatory!
669Apr 21, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Book review: The Data Access Handbook
668Apr 20, 20099, 10, 11, 12Glenn PaulleyBlog: Using recursive queries with SQL Anywhere
667Apr 20, 200910Jason HinspergerBlog: Creating a WordPress multi-blog Tag Cloud
666Apr 16, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Book review: The Principles of Product Development Flow, part trois
665Apr 15, 2009-Eric FarrarBlog: JavaScript and Equality
664Apr 14, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Book review: The Principles of Product Development Flow, part deux
663Apr 13, 20091 to 11.0.1Breck CarterBlog: The Watcom Restatement
662Apr 13, 2009-Jason HinspergerBlog: GPS – How Does It Work? – Part 3
661Apr 12, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Book review: The Principles of Product Development Flow, part un
660Apr 6, 2009-Jason HinspergerBlog: GPS – How Does It Work? Part 2
659Apr 3, 200911Joshua SavillConfiguring the Relay Server with Microsoft IIS Using SSL - 2nd Edition
658Apr 3, 2009-Eric FarrarBlog: Abstractions Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying And Love Object-Relational Mappers
657Apr 200911anon.Getting Started with SQL Anywhere and PHP
656Mar 31, 200911anon.Introduction to the PHP External Environment
655Mar 31, 20099.0.1 to 12Glenn PaulleyBlog: The Window operator and window aggregate functions
654Mar 31, 2009-Jason HinspergerBlog: GPS – How does it Work?
653Mar 31, 200911Breck CarterBlog: Danger! The Queries are Stampeding!
652Mar 30, 2009-Chris KleisathBlog: Embedded and Invisible Technology
651Mar 27, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Trends and Research Challenges in Cloud Computing
650Mar 25, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Essentials of test data management
649Mar 24, 200911Breck CarterBlog: ALTER TABLE and the Audit Trail
648Mar 23, 200910Jason HinspergerBlog: Some Thoughts on SQL Anywhere Security
647Mar 23, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Some thoughts on software testing
646Mar 23, 2009-Chris KleisathBlog: Product Development Flow Review – Part 1
645Mar 21, 200911Breck CarterBlog: Rotating Database Backups Revisited
644Mar 17, 200911Breck CarterBlog: Which database am I connected to?
643Mar 16, 2009-Eric FarrarBlog: HTML5's Canvas with SQL Anywhere
642Mar 16, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Differences between jConnect and the iAnywhere JDBC driver – part un
641Mar 16, 2009-Chris KleisathBlog: Be A Duck
640Mar 11, 200911anon.Installing and Uninstalling SQL Anywhere Silently
639Mar 10, 200910+Eric FarrarBlog: Even if connections are ubiquitous, they are not always usable
638Mar 9, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Noel Yuhanna has some advice on database benchmarks
637Mar 9, 200911.0.1Breck CarterBlog: MobiLink Xtreme Edition
636Mar 6, 2009-Glenn PaulleyORMs and Hibernate
635Mar 6, 2009-Breck CarterBlog: Danger! Domains!
634Mar 4, 2009-Tom SleeBlog: Graphing data from databases with matplotlib
633Mar 4, 200911.0.1Breck CarterBlog: DDL meets IF [NOT] EXISTS
632Mar 3, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Reverse engineering SQL Anywhere with Hibernate Tools – part quatre
631Mar 200911.0.1.2427, 12anon.SQL Anywhere Integration with Visual Studio 2008
630Mar 200910Graham HurstMobiLink 10 Performance
629Feb 28, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: The Proximity Principle
628Feb 28, 200911Breck CarterBlog: Revisited: Triggering an Audit Trail
627Feb 28, 2009-Breck CarterBlog: One Row Only
626Feb 26, 200911anon.Differences Between the SQL Anywhere and MySQL PHP Functions
625Feb 26, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: ORMs and key generation
624Feb 26, 200910Jason HinspergerBlog: Automated Database Backups
623Feb 24, 2009-Breck CarterBlog: Today's Database Deadpool Entries
622Feb 23, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Reverse engineering SQL Anywhere with Hibernate Tools – part trois
621Feb 22, 2009-Breck CarterBlog: Get MAC Addresses Via SQL
620Feb 21, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Reverse engineering SQL Anywhere with Hibernate Tools – part deux
619Feb 19, 2009-Chris KleisathBlog: The Importance of Looking Someone in the Eyes – Part 2
618Feb 19, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Reverse engineering SQL Anywhere with Hibernate Tools – part un
617Feb 19, 200911Breck CarterBlog: Displaying PDFs Via HTTP
616Feb 16, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: The Principles of Product Development Flow: first impressions
615Feb 13, 2009-Chris KleisathBlog: The Importance of Looking Someone in the Eyes
614Feb 13, 200911Breck CarterBlog: Revisiting REGEXP_SUBSTR
613Feb 13, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Don Reinertsen has another book on product development
612Feb 12, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Hibernate schema generation using Middlegen with SQL Anywhere
611Feb 11, 2009-Breck CarterBlog: Don't be a Ferengi Programmer!
610Feb 9, 200911Glenn PaulleySelf-management features in SQL Anywhere server
609Feb 7, 2009-Breck CarterBlog: The Answer to Grandiose Help
608Feb 6, 2009-Chris KleisathBlog: How to Interface Proprietary Code with GPL Code
607Feb 4, 2009-Jason HinspergerBlog: GIS – A Whole New World
606Feb 3, 2009-Chris KleisathBlog: Who We Hang Out With
605Feb 3, 2009-Breck CarterBlog: The Tao Of Backup
604Feb 2, 2009-Breck CarterBlog: Web 2.0 Meets Database 101
603Feb 1, 2009-Breck CarterBlog: The Blog is the Book
602Feb 1, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: High availability via virtual machine replication
601Jan 29, 2009-Eric FarrarBlog: JavaScript is for More than Just Browsers
600Jan 29, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: How prevalent is virtualization?
599Jan 28, 200911Breck CarterBlog: SELECT FROM Excel Spreadsheets
598Jan 27, 2009-Tom SleeBlog: Stupid SQL Tricks: A calendar text file
597Jan 27, 200910, 11Jason HinspergerBlog: Correcting the Internets Regarding SQL Anywhere
596Jan 26, 200910, 11Jason HinspergerBlog: The Problem With Object Relational Mappings
595Jan 26, 2009-Chris KleisathBlog: Make Money or Save Money
594Jan 26, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Fred Brooks is still right
593Jan 23, 200911Breck CarterBlog: Everything Looks Like a Database
592Jan 22, 2009-Eric FarrarBlog: I Owe JavaScript an Apology
591Jan 20, 2009-Chris KleisathBlog: Good Design for SaaS Eases Move to Mobility / Good Design for Mobility Eases Move to SaaS
590Jan 19, 200911Breck CarterBlog: Readable, Correct, Concise
589Jan 15, 2009-Tom SleeBlog: Architecture for the mobile cloud
588Jan 12, 2009-Eric FarrarBlog: Fun With SVG – Part 3
587Jan 10, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: The disruptive database industry
586Jan 7, 2009-Glenn PaulleyBlog: More Transact-SQL features bite the dust
585Jan 4, 2009-Tom SleeBlog: Managing the Smartphone Commons, or Humiliation: You Know it Makes Sense
584Dec 24, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Surrogate identifiers
583Dec 24, 200811Breck CarterBlog: Loading Folders
582Dec 23, 200811Breck CarterBlog: JPEG Width and Height
581Dec 22, 200811Breck CarterBlog: Hexadecimal Strings
580Dec 22, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: CPU performance and database architectures
579Dec 16, 200811Breck CarterBlog: Refactoring Foxhound: Logging Exceptions
578Dec 15, 200810+Eric FarrarBlog: Fun With SVG – Part 2
577Dec 12, 200811Breck CarterBlog: Refactoring Foxhound: Logging
576Dec 12, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: NULL values haunt us still
575Dec 12, 200810, 11Jason HinspergerBlog: Generating RSS From the Database
574Dec 12, 200810+Eric FarrarBlog: Fun With SVG – Part 1
573Dec 11, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: Customer Communication
572Dec 10, 200811Breck CarterBlog: The Importance of COMPUTE
571Dec 8, 200811Breck CarterWindows-Style ORDER BY
570Dec 5, 20089Breck CarterBlog: Rotating Database Backups
569Dec 4, 2008-Breck CarterBlog: Refactoring Foxhound: Always Watch For
568Dec 3, 200811Breck CarterBlog: Refactoring Foxhound: The Series
567Dec 3, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Maybe we need another benchmark
566Dec 2, 2008-Breck CarterBlog: Setting CURRENT TIMESTAMP
565Dec 1, 2008-Breck CarterBlog: Exploring DEFAULT TIMESTAMP
564Nov 27, 20089.0.2anon.Installing SQL Anywhere 9.0.2 on Ubuntu 8.04
563Nov 27, 2008-Breck CarterBlog: MobiLink Fall Back
562Nov 25, 200810Jason HinspergerHow To: Running WordPress with SQL Anywhere
561Nov 25, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Developing products in half the time
560Nov 20, 2008-Glenn PaulleyCapacity Planning with SQL Anywhere
559Nov 14, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: Selling the Future Promise (instead of Today's Product)
558Nov 13, 200811anon.Implementing a Synchronization Progress Bar Using UltraLite.NET
557Nov 13, 200811.0.1Glenn PaulleyFull Text Search in SQL Anywhere
556Nov 13, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Thinking on your feet
555Nov 12, 200811anon.SQL Anywhere 11 New Features Guide
554Nov 12, 200811Jeff CogswellCreating Windows Mobile Databases with SQL Anywhere
553Nov 10, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: The state of TPC-E – part deux
552Nov 6, 200810, 11, 12Jason HinspergerBlog: Licensing SQL Anywhere in Virtualized Environments
551Nov 5, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: Light Bulbs and Data Sync
550Nov 2, 2008-Tom SleeBlog: In praise of Windows Mobile
549Nov 200811.0.1.2436anon.SQL Anywhere and the ADO.NET Entity Framework
548Nov 200811.0.1.2427anon.SQL Anywhere 11 Integration with Visual Studio 2008
547Oct 30, 200811Joshua SavillThe Dbmlsync API
546Oct 30, 200811Joshua SavillSecure Data Synchronization Using the Relay Server and MobiLink Server Farms
545Oct 29, 200811anon.Creating an ASP.NET Web Page using Data from SQL Anywhere 11
544Oct 28, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Autonomic Tuning Expert – an IBM research prototype
543Oct 23, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Trends in hardware: some recent developments
542Oct 23, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Pitfalls of using Windows Task Manager
541Oct 21, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Virtualization becomes increasingly compelling
540Oct 21, 200810Glenn PaulleyBlog: Updated SQL Anywhere 10 Hibernate dialect
539Oct 21, 2008-Tom SleeBlog: BlackBerry and SQLite
538Oct 20, 200811Breck CarterBlog: Database Monitor Email Alerts
537Oct 19, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: The perils of simplistic benchmarks
536Oct 17, 200811Joshua SavillMobiLink Synchronization Profiles
535Oct 17, 200811Joshua SavillMobiLink SQL Passthrough
534Oct 11, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: BMC Software and virtualization support
533Oct 10, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: Synchronization Matters
532Oct 10, 200810+Eric FarrarBlog: Setting the MIME Type
531Oct 9, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: SQL Standard compliance verification
530Oct 8, 2008-Tom SleeBlog: BlackBerry Bold vs 8800: simple performance comparisons
529Oct 7, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Topics in Virtualization Research: notes from Irfan Ahmad, VMWare
528Oct 7, 200810, 11Breck CarterBlog: Loading Empty Lines
527Oct 6, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: The risk of insufficient capacity planning
526Oct 6, 200811Tom SleeBlog: Synchronizing through the SQL Anywhere Relay Server
525Oct 6, 2008-Breck CarterBlog: Divide and Conquer by Working Backwards
524Oct 3, 200810.0.1Joshua SavillRunning MobiLink Redirector on a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition Server
523Oct 3, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: The state of TPC-E
522Sep 30, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: Is It Done?
521Sep 29, 200810.0.1Joshua SavillSecure MobiLink Synchronization using Microsoft IIS and the MobiLink Redirector
520Sep 29, 200810Dan FarrarDiagnosing Application Performance Issues with SQL Anywhere - SECOND EDITION
519Sep 29, 20085.5 to 10Breck CarterBlog: In Praise Of Knobs
518Sep 29, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: IDC publishes whitepaper on the virtues of virtualization
517Sep 23, 200810+Eric FarrarBlog: Where Does that URL End Up? Part 2
516Sep 19, 200811, 12Glenn PaulleyBlog: Self-managing index clustering statistics
515Sep 17, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Why don't we document failure?
514Sep 17, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: Bundling Third Party Code – Part 2
513Sep 16, 200810Glenn PaulleyBlog: SQL Anywhere 10 Hibernate dialect feedback
512Sep 13, 200811Glenn PaulleyBlog: How to give a query optimizer fits
511Sep 12, 200810+Eric FarrarBlog: Where Does that URL End Up? Part 1
510Sep 9, 200811Joshua SavillMobilizing a MySQL 5.1 Database
509Sep 9, 200811Breck CarterBlog: URL Forwarding Via Reverse Proxy
508Sep 8, 200811Joshua SavillMobiLink End-to-End Encryption
507Sep 8, 200810+Eric FarrarBlog: Hello, World!
506Sep 5, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: Bundling Third Party Code – Part 1
505Sep 4, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Database trends part deux
504Sep 3, 200811Breck CarterBlog: Loading Wikipedia
503Sep 2, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Some recent information on database trends
502Sep 200811anon.Updating the SQL Anywhere Java Runtime Environment
501Aug 29, 2008-Breck CarterBlog: What Does "Enterprise Database" Mean?
500Aug 29, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: The Death of the Perimeter Security?
499Aug 28, 200810Glenn PaulleyBlog: New SQL Anywhere 10 Hibernate dialect
498Aug 28, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: I've Been Outside
497Aug 23, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Trend towards virtualization continues – part deux
496Aug 18, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Trend towards virtualization continues
495Aug 15, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Why TPC-C is (and is not) important to you
494Aug 8, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Flash SSDs as Level 2 cache
493Aug 7, 200811anon.SQL Anywhere for BlackBerry
492Aug 7, 200811Breck CarterBlog: Comparing Database Schemas
491Aug 5, 200811Breck CarterBlog: SQL Anywhere 11 Makes Top Ten TPC-C
490Aug 4-8, 200811Jagdish Bansiya,
Matt Carrier
Techwave 2008: IAW624 Combining SQL Anywhere, Sybase Unwired Platform and Afaria to Deploy Robust Mobile Applications
489Aug 4-8, 200811Joshua SavillTechwave 2008: IAW623 New MobiLink Features in SQL Anywhere 11
488Aug 4-8, 200811José RamosTechwave 2008: IAW621 Mobilizing ASE, Oracle and SQL Server Databases
487Aug 4-8, 200811Tom SleeTechwave 2008: IAW620 Seamless Synchronization and other UltraLite Features
486Aug 4-8, 200811David FishburnTechwave 2008: IAW618 Synchronizing SQL Anywhere Databases in a .NET Environment
485Aug 4-8, 200811Eric FarrarTechwave 2008: IAW617 Web Development with SQL Anywhere and PHP
484Aug 4-8, 200811David FishburnTechwave 2008: IAW615 Leveraging Your Web Infrastructure to Create High Availability MobiLink Data Synchronization
483Aug 4-8, 200811Joshua SavillTechwave 2008: IAW614 Migrating to SQL Anywhere
482Aug 4-8, 200811José RamosTechwave 2008: IAW613 Developing Applications for SQL Anywhere using Visual Studio
-Aug 4-8, 200811-Techwave 2008: IAW612 Best Practices for Mobile Development and Deployment [empty]
481Aug 4-8, 200811Eric FarrarTechwave 2008: IAW610 WikiAnywhere - Offline Wikipedia with SQL Anywhere
480Aug 4-8, 200811José RamosTechwave 2008: IAW609 Utilizing UltraLiteJ to Quickly Extend Existing SQL Anywhere Applications to BlackBerry Devices
479Aug 4-8, 200811José RamosTechwave 2008: IAW608 Developing Database Applications for Windows Mobile Using SQL Anywhere
478Aug 4-8, 200811Mark WrightTechwave 2008: IAW607 Encryption and Security Strategies for Laptops and Handhelds
477Aug 4-8, 200811Dave Neudoerffer,
Eric Farrar
Techwave 2008: IAW606 SQL Anywhere 11
476Aug 4-8, 200811Eric FarrarTechwave 2008: IAW605 SQL Anywhere in a Web 2.0 World
475Aug 4-8, 200811Jay HenningsTechwave 2008: IAW603 Performance Measurement and Optimization for Mobile Solutions - UltraLite and MobiLink
474Aug 4-8, 200811Glenn PaulleyTechwave 2008: IAW602 Full Text Search in SQL Anywhere
473Aug 4-8, 2008-Glenn Paulley,
Anil Goel
Techwave 2008: EDU208 Improving performance with SQL Anywhere - Capacity Planning
472Aug 4-8, 2008-Glenn Paulley,
Anil Goel
Techwave 2008: EDU208 Improving performance with SQL Anywhere - Application profiling
471Aug 4, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Object-relational mapping technology featured in ACM Queue magazine
470Aug 200811Geno CoschiSybase Relay Server Hosting Service
469Aug 200810.0.1anon.Configuring MobiLink 10.0.1 Clients for HTTPS Communication with the Mobilink Redirector Using Apache
468Jul 29, 2008-Daniel J. Farrar,
Anisoara Nica
Patent 7,406,477: Database system with methodology for automated determination and selection of optimal indexes
467Jul 25, 200811.0.0Breck CarterTop 10 Cool New Features in SQL Anywhere 11
466Jul 24, 200811Glenn PaulleyBlog: Cross and outer apply
465Jul 19, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Here is a mission statement I really like
464Jul 19, 2008-Breck CarterBlog: Foreign Keys Are Your Friends
463Jul 18, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: Does Database Performance Matter Outside the Data Center?
462Jul 13, 2008-Breck CarterBlog: Migrating Dirty Databases
461Jul 11, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: Do You "Love" Your Data?
460Jul 4, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: A Passion for "Reliable Data Anywhere"
459Jul 1, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Query optimization: approaches and tradeoffs
458Jun 30, 200811Breck CarterBlog: Automating DROP TABLE
457Jun 27, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: Do you ski? Our code-names do.
456Jun 26, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: Operational Autonomy and Reduced Latency as a Business Strategy
455Jun 24, 200810, 11Jason HinspergerBlog: You Want to Store How Much Data????
454Jun 21, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Hibernate and schema generation
453Jun 19, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: It's all about the latency
452Jun 19, 200810Breck CarterBlog: HTTP Sessions in SQL Anywhere
451Jun 16, 2008-Breck CarterBlog: IS NULL versus NOT EXISTS
450Jun 16, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: Does Distributed Data Management Increase Prosperity?
449Jun 12, 200810, 11Jason HinspergerBlog: Accessing Web Services From SQL Anywhere
448Jun 10, 200811Joshua SavillSQL Anywhere 11 MobiLink and QAnywhere New Features Webcast
447Jun 6, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: Getting Software Out the Door
446Jun 5, 2008-Breck CarterBlog: Multiple CLUSTERED Indexes
445Jun 04, 200811Bill Hillis,
Chris Kleisath
Sybase SQL Anywhere 11 supports the Entity Framework - Video
444Jun 04, 200811Chris Kleisath,
José Ramos
Sybase SQL Anywhere 11 supports .NET CLR Stored Procedures - Video
443Jun 4, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: What self-management is (and isn't)
442Jun 3, 2008-Peter BumbulisPatent 7,383,389: Cache management system providing improved page latching methodology
441Jun 2, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Hibernate: compatibility or performance?
440May 30, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Hibernate: transaction semantics are critical
439May 27, 200810Jason HinspergerBuilding a Blog Server with SQL Anywhere and Wordpress
438May 27, 200811, 12Glenn PaulleyBlog: Full-text search in SQL Anywhere
437May 26, 200810Breck CarterBlog: Executing BEGIN Blocks
436May 23, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: Mobile Architecture Is Important
435May 16, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Set-level operations do matter
434May 13, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: SQL Database and Synchronization for the BlackBerry
433May 12, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: If SQL is the problem, why is SQL the answer?
432May 12, 200810, 11Jason HinspergerBlog: Full Text Searching a Wikipedia Database
431May 10, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Hibernate: first impressions
430May 8, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: Best in the World
429May 7, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: The myth of linear scalability
428May 7, 2008-Breck CarterBlog: CSCONVERT To The Rescue!
427May 7, 200810Jason HinspergerBlog: Building a Blog – Implementation Part II
426May 6, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Additional knobs are NOT the answer!
425May 5, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: Successful Mobile Applications – Step 4
424May 4, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: The trend towards virtualization
423May 2, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: I don't have any silver bullets
422May 2008-Ivan T. Bowman,
Peter Bumbulis,
Dan Farrar,
Anil K. Goel,
Brendan Lucier,
Anisoara Nica,
G. N. Paulley,
John Smirnios,
Matthew Young-Lai
SQL Anywhere: An Embeddable DBMS
421May 2008-Kristofer Vorwerk,
G. N. Paulley
On Implicate Discovery and Query Optimization
420May 1, 2008-Breck CarterBlog: Pitching Sets
419Apr 30, 200810, 11Jason HinspergerBlog: Building a Local Wikipedia Database
418Apr 28, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Flash SSDs for handheld devices
417Apr 28, 200810Jason HinspergerBlog: Bulding a Blog – Implementation Part I
416Apr 25, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: Successful Mobile Applications – Step 3
415Apr 25, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Has much changed in thirty years?
414Apr 25, 200810Jason HinspergerBlog: Building a Blog – Software
413Apr 24, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Why zero-administration is inevitable
412Apr 23, 20089, 10Breck CarterBlog: OpenXML() Rocks!
411Apr 22, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: The Customer is Always Right
410Apr 20, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: SQL Row Pattern Matching
409Apr 17, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: Successful Mobile Applications – Step 2
408Apr 16, 200810.0.1Reed ShiltsUsing Web Services in a PocketBuilder Application
407Apr 15, 2008-Matthew Young-Lai,
Anisoara Nica
Patent 7,359,922: Database system and methodology for generalized order optimization
406Apr 15, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: Occasionally Connected vs. Occasionally Disconnected
405Apr 15, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Dynamic memory management
404Apr 14, 200811anon.SQL Anywhere 11's New .NET Support Webcast
403Apr 14, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: Successful Mobile Applications – Step 1
402Apr 11, 200810Jason HinspergerBlog: Setting up a blog server
401Apr 10, 20089.0.2anon.Implementing a DataGrid with Visual Studio .NET and the UltraLite .NET Interface
400Apr 10, 2008-Tom SleeBlog: How to Make UltraLite Go Slow
399Apr 08, 200811Tom SleeMobile Computing Applications and UltraLite Webcast
398Apr 8, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: Steps to Successful Mobile Applications
397Apr 07, 200811Jason HinspergerSQL Anywhere 11 Server New Features Webcast
396Apr 7, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: Schema design tools are a tough challenge
395Apr 6, 2008-Glenn PaulleyBlog: The DBA will be obsolete
394Apr 04, 200811Eric FarrarSQL Anywhere 11 Web Development Webcast
393Apr 2, 2008-Breck CarterBlog: How To Make SQL Anywhere Slow
392Apr 2008-anon.Generating Hibernate 3.0 Persistent Objects with PowerDesigner (Ver. 12)
391Mar 31, 200811Breck CarterBlog: Who wants "in-memory" mode?
390Mar 27, 200810anon.The iAnywhere JDBC Driver: Make It The First Choice
389Mar 27, 2008-Chris KleisathBlog: Why "Invisible Database"?
388Mar 27, 20089Breck CarterBlog: Please Print The Data
387Mar 26, 200810Breck CarterBlog: High Availability and MobiLink
386Mar 25, 200810.0.1Breck CarterBlog: Calling Other People's Web Services
385Mar 20, 200811Breck CarterBlog: Sometimes It's The Little Things That Count (3)
384Mar 19, 200810G. N. Paulley,
Ivan T. Bowman
Capacity Planning with SQL Anywhere
383Mar 19, 200811Breck CarterBlog: Sometimes It's The Little Things That Count (2)
382Mar 17, 200811Breck CarterBlog: CREATE EVENT ... TYPE DEADLOCK
381Mar 13, 20085.5.03 to 9.0.2anon.I've got an assertion! What should I do?
380Mar 11, 20089anon.Performance Monitor Log Analysis: An Introduction
379Mar 11, 20089anon.Collecting and Reading Performance Information in Performance Monitor
378Mar 10, 200810anon.How to Use the Directory Access Server Feature in SQL Anywhere 10
377Mar 07, 20089anon.How to Determine the Maximum Number of Cursors to Use When Using MobiLink with an Oracle Consolidated Database
376Mar 06, 200810.0.1anon.SQL Anywhere Studio/Adaptive Server Anywhere Patches and Upgrades FAQ
375Mar 6, 20088Breck CarterBlog: Today's Quiz: What's Wrong With This Picture?
374Mar 4, 200810Joshua SavillA High Availability Data Synchronization Architecture
373Feb 29, 200810.0.1Breck CarterBlog: Great Moments In History: Housing Bubble
372Feb 23, 200810Breck CarterBlog: Tip: Triggering an Audit Trail
371Feb 21, 2008-Breck CarterBlog: Today's Client Question: SQL Anywhere vs ASE
370Feb 20, 2008-Breck CarterBlog: Defragmenting The Temporary File
369Feb 19, 2008-Breck CarterBlog: Tip: The All-Encompassing Try-Catch
368Feb 18, 2008-Breck CarterBlog: Check Out Those Residual Predicates!
367Feb 15, 200810Breck CarterBlog: Don't Be Afraid!
366Feb 13, 2008-Breck CarterBlog: Today's Client Question: Converting From Oracle
365Feb 8, 2008-Breck CarterBlog: Today's Client Question: Temp File Size
364Feb 7, 2008-Breck CarterBlog: Today's Puzzle: Variable '@daffy' not found
363Feb 5, 20089, 10Breck CarterBlog: Today's Client Question: Invalid Log
362Feb 4, 2008-Breck CarterBlog: Today's Tip: Case-Sensitive Searching
361Feb 1, 2008-Breck CarterBlog: Today's Tip: Counting Days of the Week
360Jan 28, 200810Joshua SavillMobiLink Synchronization with High Availability Databases
359Jan 23, 200810.0.1anon.Generating X.509 Certificates for Secure Communication in SQL Anywhere 10.0.1
358Jan 11, 2008-David anon.Blog: Displaying Currency with Adaptive Server/SQL Anywhere
357200810.0.1anon.Failover and Load Balancing Considerations for MobiLink Synchronization Server Farms
3562008-David Wiese,
Gennadi Rabinovitch,
Michael Reichert,
Stephan Arenswald
Autonomic Tuning Expert – A framework for best-practice oriented autonomic database tuning
355Dec 10, 200710anon.Creating a Windows Vista Sidebar Gadget Using SQL Anywhere 10 Web Services
354Dec 07, 20079anon.Working with Windows Mobile Device Center using MobiLink Provider
353Nov 12, 200710.0.1anon.Setting up a Proxy Table in SQL Anywhere 10.0
352Nov 5, 20076 to 10anon.Tutorial: Rebuilding a SQL Anywhere Database
351Nov 1, 200710anon.SQL Anywhere 10 Sybase Central Utilities and their Command Line Equivalents
350Oct 19, 20079anon.Windows Task Manager and Database Cache Allocated for SQL Anywhere
349Sep 14, 200710anon.How to Compile a 32 bit UltraLite Application for x64 bit machine
348Sep 12, 200710anon.Installing and Using SQL Anywhere 10 on Mac OS X
347Aug 6-10, 20079James ParkerTechwave 2007: MBL737 Frito-Lay - Enabling the Mobile Workforce
346Aug 6-10, 200710Jay J. HenningsTechwave 2007: MBL736 Building Mobile Database Synchronization Applications for Large Scale Deployment
345Aug 6-10, 200710Liam CavanaghTechwave 2007: MBL732 Getting Started With MobiLink Version 10
344Aug 6-10, 200710.0.1Deanne ChanceTechwave 2007: MBL731 Consuming Amazon Web Services Using SQL Anywhere 10.0.1
343Aug 6-10, 200710Jason HinspergerTechwave 2007: MBL730 High Availability in SQL Anywhere 10
342Aug 6-10, 200710Jason HinspergerTechwave 2007: MBL729 Securing SQL Anywhere Server 10
341Aug 6-10, 20079, 10Jason HinspergerTechwave 2007: MBL728 SQL Anywhere on Windows Vista
340Aug 6-10, 200710Chris KleisathTechwave 2007: MBL727 Welcome to SQL Anywhere 10
339Aug 6-10, 200710Reg DomaratzkiTechwave 2007: MBL726 SQL Remote Tips and Tricks
338Aug 6-10, 200710Reg DomaratzkiTechwave 2007: MBL725 Pushing Schema Changes to Remote Databases using MobiLink
337Aug 6-10, 200710Philippe BertrandTechwave 2007: MBL724 Using SQL Anywhere UltraLite to Store and Synchronize Data
336Aug 6-10, 200710Liam CavanaghTechwave 2007: MBL722 Getting Started with MobiLink Version 10
335Aug 6-10, 200710Liam CavanaghTechwave 2007: MBL721 MobiLink / .NET Tips and Tricks
334Aug 6-10, 200710Glenn PaulleyTechwave 2007: MBL717 SQL Anywhere Application Development Best Practices
333Aug 6-10, 200710Glenn PaulleyTechwave 2007: MBL716 SQL Anywhere Internals - Data Management
332Aug 6-10, 200710Russ ChamberlainTechwave 2007: MBL714 Performance and Stress Testing MobiLink Synchronization Solutions
331Aug 6-10, 200710Liam CavanaghTechwave 2007: MBL713Supporting SOA in a Mobile Environment
330Aug 6-10, 200710Eric FarrarTechwave 2007: MBL711 Web 2.0, AJAX, and SQL Anywhere
329Aug 6-10, 200710Glenn PaulleyTechwave 2007: MBL710 A SQL Anywhere Primer for ASE Users
328Aug 6-10, 200710Chris KleisathTechwave 2007: MBL709 Best Practices for Mobile Application Development: The Data Driven Approach
327Aug 6-10, 200710Bill HillisTechwave 2007: MBL707 Application Development for .NET with SQL Anywhere
326Aug 6-10, 200710Bill HillisTechwave 2007: MBL706 SQL Anywhere Deployment: Tips and Techniques
325Aug 6-10, 20079 (?)Bill McCaslinTechwave 2007: MBL704 A Mobile Order Entry, CRM, Inventory Management, and Purchasing System
324Aug 6-10, 20078James BlackstockTechwave 2007: MBL702 New Technology for the Automobile and Recreational Vehicle Industry
323Jul 18, 200710G. N. Paulley,
B. Lucier
Analytic Functions in SQL Anywhere
322Jul 12, 200710anon.SQL Anywhere Table Encryption
321Jun 29, 200710anon.Troubleshooting in Mixed Language Environments. --Or, Why Am I Seeing Little White Boxes Where There Should be Data?!
320Jun 20, 200710anon.How to Monitor Connection Attempts to Your Database in SQL Anywhere 10
319Jun 19, 20079.0.2anon.Ensuring Successful MobiLink Synchronization in Databases with Self-Referencing Tables
318Jun 11, 20079, 10anon.Using SQL Anywhere on Windows 2003 x64 and Windows XP x64
317Jun 1, 200710anon.Running Multiple Databases with SQL Anywhere 10 Database Mirroring
316Mar 1, 200710anon.Creating a Program Shortcut on Windows CE Devices
315Feb 27, 2007-Anisoara NicaPatent 7,184,998: System and methodology for generating bushy trees using a left-deep tree join enumeration algorithm
314Feb 20, 20079, 10anon.How to Debug a SQL Anywhere Database Server on AIX
313Feb 16, 200710anon.Using SQL Anywhere or UltraLite with the Microsoft Mobile Data Access Application Block
312Feb 13, 200710anon.Using SQL Anywhere 10 Web Services to Upload and View BLOBs
311Feb 13, 20079anon.Using Adaptive Server Anywhere 9 Web Services to Upload and View BLOBs
310Jan 11, 2007-anon.Implementing SQL Anywhere Authenticated Edition in DataWindow .NET Environments
309200710.0.1anon.Using the Eclipse Data Tools Platform with SQL Anywhere 10
308200710anon.Understanding Encryption and Transport-Layer Security
307200710Ivan T. Bowman,
Peter Bumbulis,
Dan Farrar,
Anil K. Goel,
Brendan Lucier,
Anisoara Nica,
G. N. Paulley,
John Smirnios,
Matthew Young-Lai
SQL Anywhere: A Holistic Approach to Database Self-management
306200710anon.SQL Anywhere 10 Localization, Internationalization, and Unicode Support
305200710anon.SQL Anywhere 10 Integration with Visual Studio 2005
304200710.0.1anon.Mobilizing an Oracle 10g Database
303200710.0.1anon.Mobilizing a Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise 15 Database
302200710anon.Migrating a MySQL Database to SQL Anywhere 10
301200710anon.How to Set Up Secure MobiLink Communications
30020078, 9, 10anon.Finding SQL Anywhere Servers over TCP/IP
2992007-anon.Designing Mobile Applications: Why Sync Is Central
298200710anon.Creating a Database Application with SQL Anywhere and Eclipse
297200710anon.Backup and Recovery - What Backup, Recovery, and Disaster Recovery Mean to Your SQL Anywhere Databases
296200710anon.Autostarting SQL Anywhere Databases and Servers
295Oct 25, 20069Breck CarterSynchronizing Schema Changes and Managing Referential Integrity Violations
294Oct 12, 20069anon.Manually Uninstalling SQL Anywhere Studio 9 on Windows
293Oct 12, 20068anon.How to Uninstall SQL Anywhere Studio 8 Manually on Windows
292Oct 11, 200610anon.Using UltraLite or SQL Anywhere with the Microsoft Mobile Data Access Application Block
291Sep 12, 20069.0.2anon.How to Configure Interactive SQL to Return Multiple Result Sets
290Sep 200610anon.SQL Anywhere Server 10 .NET Data Provider 1.0 API Reference
289Aug 6-10, 20069Ian ThainTechwave 2006: MOB359 Building Innovative Mobile Applications with PocketBuilder
288Aug 6-10, 200610David FishburnTechwave 2006: MOB353 Taking Your ASE Enterprise Applications Mobile
287Aug 6-10, 200610Glenn Paulley,
Chris Kleisath
Techwave 2006: MOB352 A SQL Anywhere Primer for ASE Users
286Aug 6-10, 2006-David FishburnTechwave 2006: MOB350 Choosing the Correct Data Movement Technology
285Aug 6-10, 200610Bill HillisTechwave 2006: MOB346 SQL Anywhere Deployment Tips and Techniques
284Aug 6-10, 200610Reg DomaratzkiTechwave 2006: MOB345 Migrating your SQL Remote Environment to MobiLink
283Aug 6-10, 20069Liam CavanaghTechwave 2006: MOB344 Building Smart Data Sync Applications for Window Mobile 5.0 Using Visual Studio .NET 2005
282Aug 6-10, 200610Joshua SavillTechwave 2006: MOB343 Backup and Recovery of SQL Anywhere, Tips and Techniques
281Aug 6-10, 200610Reg DomaratzkiTechwave 2006: MOB342 Writing Mobilink Synchronization Scripts Using Java and .NET
280Aug 6-10, 200610Liam CavanaghTechwave 2006: MOB339 SQL Anywhere 10 MobiLink New Features
279Aug 6-10, 200610Jason HinspergerTechwave 2006: MOB338 SQL Anywhere High Availability
278Aug 6-10, 200610Mike PaolaTechwave 2006: MOB337 SQL Anywhere 10
277Aug 6-10, 2006-Jonathan GreiszTechwave 2006: MOB336 MobiLink Tips and Tricks - Getting The Most From Your Mobile Devices
276Aug 6-10, 20069.0.2Todd A. LoomisTechwave 2006: MOB335 Achieving Higher Throughput with Your SQL Anywhere Database
275Aug 6-10, 20069Sam LakkundiTechwave 2006: MOB333 Combining SQL Anywhere, UA, Afaria, .NET CF and PocketBuilder to deliver robust mobile applications
274Jun 09, 2006-anon.UltraLite Application Performance on Windows Mobile 5
273May 27, 2006-anon.Using Timbuktu or pcAnywhere with the ASA Administration Tools
272May 17, 20069anon.Special Characters Used in OpenXML()
271May 15, 200610Breck CarterTop 10 Cool New Features in SQL Anywhere 10
270Apr 12, 20067anon.Protecting Against Total Machine Failure
269Mar 29, 20069anon.Using Hibernate with Adaptive Server Anywhere 9
268Mar 11, 2006-anon.Smart Client Architectures for the Mobile Developer
267Feb 22, 2006-anon.Creating an UltraLite Database on a Flash Card
266Feb 17, 20069anon.MobiLink Synchronization Fails When Using the HTTP Protocol on Windows CE
265Feb 14, 20065.5.03 to 9.0.2anon.Salvaging Data When There are Corrupt Pages in the Database
264200610anon.Securing SQL Anywhere Server 10
26320069.0.2anon.Migrating From IBM DB2 to Adaptive Server Anywhere
26220069.0.2Todd LoomisAchieving Higher Throughput with SQL Anywhere
261Dec 15, 2005-Geoff KochAlways On? Not Quite Yet
260Dec 08, 20058, 9anon.Overview of UltraLite Development and MobiLink Synchronization
259Oct 14, 20059Berndt HamboeckMigrating a Microsoft Access Application into a .NET Solution that Uses SQL Anywhere
258Oct 07, 2005-anon.Overview of UltraLite Development
257Oct, 20059.0.2.3124Breck CarterLogExpensiveQueries: A Little Bit Of Jasper In 9.0.2
256Aug 21-25, 20059.0.1 to 10Liam CavanaghTechwave 2005: SQL515 iAnywhere Solutions MobiLink Roadmap
255Aug 21-25, 20058 to 9.0.2Dan FarrarTechwave 2005: SQL514 ASA Performance Analysis From Start to Finish (Part 2)
254Aug 21-25, 20059.0.2, 10Kurt LichtnerTechwave 2005: SQL513 What's New with SQL Anywhere Web Services
253Aug 21-25, 200510Dave NeudoerfferTechwave 2005: SQL512 SQL Anywhere "Jasper" New Feature Overview
252Aug 21-25, 20059.0.2, 10Bill HillisTechwave 2005: SQL511 SQL Anywhere Deployment Tips and Techniques
251Aug 21-25, 20055.5 to 10Jason HinspergerTechwave 2005: SQL508 High Availability ASA
250Aug 21-25, 20059Dave NeudoerfferTechwave 2005: SQL507 Data Security in Today's Mobile, Distributed, and Internet Connected World
249Aug 21-25, 20059, 10Steven McDowellTechwave 2005: SQL506 Characters Sets, Collations and National Languages in SQL Anywhere
248Aug 21-25, 20059David FishburnTechwave 2005: SQL505 Building a Scalable MobiLink Implementation
247Aug 21-25, 20059Bill HillisTechwave 2005: SQL504 Application Development with SQL Anywhere for .NET
246Aug 21-25, 20059.0.2Reg DomaratzkiTechwave 2005: SQL503 Advanced Trouble-Shooting Techniques for MobiLink
245Aug 21-25, 20059Reg DomaratzkiTechwave 2005: SQL502 Adding MobiLink Synchronization to an Existing Database
244Aug 21-25, 20058 to 9.0.2Dan FarrarTechwave 2005: SQL501 ASA Performance Analysis From Start to Finish (Part 1)
243Aug 21-25, 2005-David LoopTechwave 2005: MOB316 Mobile Application Development Best Practices
242Aug 21-25, 20059Tom SleeTechwave 2005: MOB310 Building Handheld Database Applications Using UltraLite
241Aug 21-25, 20059Walt Tallman,
Breck Carter
Techwave 2005: MOB302 Database Synchronization For The North Carolina Bridge Inspector Application
240Aug 21-25, 2005-Jonathan GreiszTechwave 2005: MOB301 Mobilink Tips and Tricks - getting the most from your mobile devices
239Aug 21-25, 20059Tom SleeTechwave 2005: AM19 Designing And Building Mobile Applications
238Aug 21-25, 20059.02Glenn PaulleyTechwave 2005: AM18B ASA Internals: Query Execution And Optimization
237Aug 21-25, 20059.02Glenn PaulleyTechwave 2005: AM18A ASA Internals: Data Management
236Aug 18, 20059.0.2anon.Connecting to an Adaptive Server Anywhere Database Using ODBC in a Linux Environment
235Aug 9, 20059Breck CarterCase Study: NC DOT Database Synchronization
234Jul 12, 20058, 9anon.How the Server and Database Get Their Name.
233Jun 27, 20059.0.2anon.Using MobiLink Synchronization with Pocket PC Devices
232Jun 09, 2005-anon.The Importance of the Dynamic Sections Option of the iAnywhere Solutions DB2 ODBC Driver
231Jun 02, 20059.0.2anon.Creating Icons on Linux KDE or Gnome for SQL Anywhere Studio Version 9.0.2
230May 04, 20058, 9anon.Stretching Date Range Limits on the DATEDIFF and DATEADD Functions in Adaptive Server Anywhere
229Apr 28, 20055 to 9anon.Lock Limitations in Adaptive Server Anywhere v9 and Earlier
228Apr 2, 20059Berndt HamboeckReview: SQL Anywhere Studio 9 Developer's Guide
227Mar 14, 20059anon.Changing the Collation and Codepage When Rebuilding an Adaptive Server Anywhere Database
226Mar 11, 2005-anon.Running a SQL Anywhere Database File that is Stored Remotely from the Server Machine
225Mar 04, 20059anon.Setting Up Adaptive Server Anywhere as a Cluster Database Service
224Feb 17, 20059anon.Using MobiLink with Oracle Snapshot Isolation
22320059.0.2anon.SQL Anywhere Studio 9 and Microsoft .NET
22220059.0.2anon.SQL Anywhere Integration with Visual Studio .NET 2003
22120059.0.2anon.Serving Content From Adaptive Server Anywhere Databases Using Apache & PHP
22020058, 9anon.Optimizing Adaptive Server Anywhere Performance Over a WAN
21920059anon.MobiLink Performance
21820059.0.2.2451anon.Migrating Your SQL Remote for ASE Environment to MobiLink
21720059.0.2Paul A. HoranBuilding Database Applications with Remote Support in Mind
216Dec 16, 20049anon.Using a Silent Installation to Deploy an Adaptive Server Anywhere 9 Express Bug Fix
215Oct 19, 2004-Matthew Young-LaiPatent 6,807,546: Database system with methodology for distributing query optimization effort over large search spaces
214Sep 10, 20049anon.Creating an Adaptive Server Anywhere Startup Item on Mac OS X
213Sep 10, 20049anon.Creating an Adaptive Server Anywhere Linux Service
212Sep 08, 20049anon.Addressing Duplicate Index Warnings in Adaptive Server Anywhere 9
211Aug 15-19, 20049Alex ReifTechwave 2004: SQL927 Using SQL Anywhere Studio with .NET
210Aug 15-19, 2004-Reg DomaratzkiTechwave 2004: SQL924 Migrating Your SQL Remote Environment to Mobilink
209Aug 15-19, 20049Robert WaywellTechwave 2004: SQL923 Backup and Recovery of SQL Anywhere, Tips and Techniques
208Aug 15-19, 20048, 9Anil GoelTechwave 2004: SQL922 Performance Analysis From Beginning To End
207Aug 15-19, 20047, 8, 9, 10Dave NeudoerfferTechwave 2004: SQL921 SQL Anywhere Roadmap
206Aug 15-19, 20048, 9Anil GoelTechwave 2004: SQL 929 SQL Anywhere Performance Evaluation and Benchmarking
205Aug 15-19, 20049Paul FastTechwave 2004: SQL 928 Building Handheld Database Applications Using UltraLite
204Aug 15-19, 2004-Dan ComfortTechwave 2004: MES906 Introduction to Off-line Mobile Web Development
203Aug 15-19, 20049.0.2David LoopTechwave 2004: MES905 Building Mobile Web Applications with SQL Anywhere
202Aug 15-19, 2004-Alex ReifTechwave 2004: MES903 Mobile Application Development Best Practices
201Aug 15-19, 2004-Alex ReifTechwave 2004: MES902 Introduction to Mobile Application Development with iAnywhere
-Aug 15-19, 2004--Techwave 2004: AM35 Synchronizing Data Using MobiLink [not available]
-Aug 15-19, 2004--Techwave 2004: AM25 Building Mobile Web Applications with M-Business Anywhere [not available]
-Aug 15-19, 2004--Techwave 2004: AM24 Building UltraLite Applications for Handheld Devices [not available]
-Aug 15-19, 2004--Techwave 2004: AM23 Adaptive Server Anywhere Fundamentals 9.0 [not available]
200Jun 23, 20049anon.SQL Anywhere Studio and Windows XP Service Pack 2
199Jun 22, 20049anon.Capturing Query Plans Within Stored Procedures
198May 17, 2004-anon.Things to Consider When Using Large IN-lists in Adaptive Server Anywhere
197Apr 07, 20049anon.Setting up a Proxy Table In Adaptive Server Anywhere 9
196Mar 17, 20049anon.Using Numeric Columns in a Search Argument
195Feb 17, 2004-Peter BumbulisPatent 6,694,323: System and methodology for providing compact B-Tree
194Jan 07, 20048.0.2, 9anon.Sharing MobiLink Users Across Remote Databases
19320049.0.1anon.Tutorial: Using Xcode and ODBC with Adaptive Server Anywhere 9.0.1 on Mac OS X
19220049.0.1anon.Tutorial: Using Xcode and JDBC with Adaptive Server Anywhere 9.0.1 on Mac OS X
19120049.0.1anon.Tutorial: Using Project Builder Cocoa-Java with Adaptive Server Anywhere 9.0.1 on Mac OS X
19020049.0.1anon.Tutorial: Using Project Builder and ODBC with Adaptive Server Anywhere 9.0.1 on Mac OS X
18920049.0.1anon.Tutorial: Using Metrowerks CodeWarrior and ODBC with Adaptive Server Anywhere 9.0.1 on Mac OS X
18820049.0.1anon.Tutorial: Using Metrowerks CodeWarrior and JDBC with Adaptive Server Anywhere 9.0.1 on Mac OS X
18720049anon.SQL Anywhere Studio: Easing Application Integration
18620049anon.Populating or Re-Populating a Consolidated Database Using MobiLink
18520049anon.MobiLink Synchronization with Sybase ASE and Adaptive Server Anywhere in 30 Minutes
18420049anon.MobiLink Synchronization with Oracle and Adaptive Server Anywhere in 30 Minutes
18320049anon.MobiLink Synchronization with Microsoft SQL Server and Adaptive Server Anywhere in 30 Minutes
18220049anon.MobiLink Synchronization with IBM DB2 and Adaptive Server Anywhere in 30 Minutes
18120049Ivan T. BowmanMixed-Typed Comparisons In Adaptive Server Anywhere 9
18020049anon.Migrating a MySQL Database to Adaptive Server Anywhere 9
17920049.0.1anon.Deploying the SQL Anywhere 9.0.1 Administration Tools On Windows Without InstallShield
17820049.0.1anon.Deploying SQL Anywhere 9.0.1 Administration Tools on Linux and Solaris
17720049Breck CarterDatabase Synchronization for the NC DOT Mobile Bridge Inspector Application
17620049anon.Choosing an UltraLite Programming Interface
17520049Breck CarterBook: SQL Anywhere Studio 9 Developer's Guide
174Dec 17, 20039anon.Deploying the Adaptive Server Anywhere 9.0.0 Administration Tools Without InstallShield
173Dec 16, 2003-Glenn Norman Paulley,
Kristofer Paul Vorwerk
Patent 6,665,664: Prime implicates and query optimization in relational databases
172Dec 16, 20039anon.Adaptive Server Anywhere Version 9.0.0 and Silent Installs
171Sep 22, 20038anon.Understanding the Message 'Duplicate Index' in Adaptive Server Anywhere 8
170Sep 18, 20039anon.Copying Files to the Pocket PC 2002 Emulator with Visual Studio.NET
169Aug 20, 20038.0.2anon.Installing SQL Anywhere Studio 8.0.2 on a Windows CE Pocket PC 2002 Emulator
168Aug 20, 2003-anon.Copying Files to a Windows CE Pocket PC 2002 Emulator
167Aug 4-8, 20039Alex ReifTechwave 2003: SAS916 ADO.NET in SQL Anywhere Studio
166Aug 4-8, 2003-Reg DomaratzkiTechwave 2003: SAS915 Choosing the Correct Data Movement Technology
165Aug 4-8, 20039Mike PaolaTechwave 2003: SAS914 SQL Anywhere 9 New Feature Briefing
164Aug 4-8, 2003-Matthew Young-LaiTechwave 2003: SAS912 XML Support in ASA
163Aug 4-8, 2003-Glenn PaulleyTechwave 2003: SAS911 ASA Index Consultant
162Aug 4-8, 20038, 9Matthew Young-LaiTechwave 2003: SAS910 Performance Analysis from Beginning to End
161Aug 4-8, 20038Martyn MallickTechwave 2003: MBS904 Building Database and Synchronization Applications with Pocket PowerBuilder
160Aug 4-8, 20039Alex ReifTechwave 2003: MBS902 Using Dynamic SQL With the UltraLite Component Suite
159Jul 29, 2003-anon.Adaptive Server Anywhere and Third-Party Backup and Anti-Virus Software
158Jul 16, 20038.0.2anon.Tutorial: Connecting to an Adaptive Server Anywhere Database Using the Adaptive Server Anywhere .NET Data Provider
157Apr 23, 20037, 8anon.MobiLink & TCP/IP Keep-Alive
156Mar 14, 20038anon.The UltraLite Reference Database
155Mar 03, 2003-anon.Receiving Error 'Font not found' When Starting Administrative Utilities on Redhat Linux
154Feb 26, 20039anon.Improving Performance in SQL Anywhere
153Feb 19, 20038anon.Running Multiple Databases With Adaptive Server Anywhere
152Feb 10, 20038.0.2anon.Handling SQL Remote SQL Errors Efficiently
151Feb 4, 2003-Glenn Norman PaulleyPatent 6,516,310: System and methodology for join enumeration in a memory-constrained environment
150Jan 23, 20037anon.How to Create a Program Shortcut on Windows CE or Pocket PC Devices
1492003-anon.The Next Generation Database for Embedded Systems
14820039anon.SQL Anywhere Studio 9 and Unicode
14720038, 9anon.Adaptive Server Anywhere Data Storage
146Dec 09, 20028anon.How to Perform an ODBC Trace
145Dec 05, 20027, 8anon.Not Applying Messages with Old Resend Count
144Nov 18, 2002-anon.Receiving Error 'ULPalmDBStream' is out of range.
143Nov 08, 2002-anon.Common Questions about Updating SQL Remote Publications
142Nov 08, 20027anon.Calling dbmlsync from Within an Embedded Visual Basic Application
141Aug 07, 2002-anon.Microsoft Windows CE 2.x File System Bug
140Aug 5-9, 20028Robert WaywellTechwave 2002: M424 Preparing for the Adaptive Server Anywhere Developer Certification Exam
139Aug 5-9, 2002-Martyn MallickTechwave 2002: M422 Java Technology for the Mobile Enterprise
138Aug 5-9, 20027, 8Dave NeudoerfferTechwave 2002: M421 Mobile Data Security
137Aug 5-9, 20029Chris IrieTechwave 2002: M416 Diagnostic and Debugging Tools in SQL Anywhere Studio
136Aug 5-9, 20028Ali ChalhoubTechwave 2002: M415 Using Adaptive Server Anywhere and UltraLite with Visual Basic
135Aug 5-9, 20027, 8Robert WaywellTechwave 2002: M414 SQL Remote Tips & Techniques
134Aug 5-9, 20027, 8David FishburnTechwave 2002: M413 MobiLink Design Best Practices
133Aug 5-9, 20028David FishburnTechwave 2002: M411 Taking Your Enterprise Mobile in 10 Minutes
132Aug 5-9, 20028Darren D.V. VaillantTechwave 2002: M409 Backup and Recovery of SQL Anywhere Tips and Techniques
131Aug 5-9, 2002-Stephen BeckTechwave 2002: M408 Expanding An Existing PowerBuilder Application to a Mobile Workforce - A Case Study
130Aug 5-9, 2002-Paul Fast,
Bob Holt
Techwave 2002: M406 Developing Cross-Platform Applications for Handhelds
129Aug 5-9, 20025.5, 6, 7, 8Robert WaywellTechwave 2002: M405 Upgrading Your SQL Anywhere Applications
128Aug 5-9, 20027Douglas NavasTechwave 2002: M403 Sales Point Integrated, Automatized and Centralized using Mobilink Between ASA and ORACLE
127Aug 5-9, 20028.01Dan LoweTechwave 2002: M402 Using Adaptive Server Anywhere in a C# and .Net World
126Jul 19, 20025.5anon.Moving ASA Tables Used in SQL Remote Replication to Another dbspace
125Jul 18, 20028anon.Differences Between the Personal Database Server and the Network Database Server
124Jul 11, 2002-anon.TCP/IP Diagnostics for Linux
123Jul 03, 20027anon.Migrating from ASA Version 5.5 to Version 7.0
122Jul 01, 2002-anon.The Adaptive Server Anywhere Perl-DBI Interface
121Jun 26, 20025.0anon.Connecting to Sybase SQL Anywhere 5.0 Using Sybase ISQL
120Jun 21, 20025.5 to 8anon.Not Applying Operations That Have Already Been Applied
119Jun 21, 20025.5 to 8anon.Managing Log File Growth in a Replicating Environment
118Jun 21, 20027.0.1anon.FTP Replication Between Linux and Windows 32-bit Operating Systems
117Jun 21, 20025.5 to 8anon.Error: Duplicate or Partial Transaction Log
116Jun 20, 20027anon.Using Event Handlers to Implement an Effective Backup Strategy in ASA
115Jun 20, 20025.5 to 8anon.SQL Remote Error Messages: Their Probable Causes and Possible Remedies
114Jun 20, 20028anon.ODBC for LINUX
113Jun 20, 2002-anon.Implementing one-way subscriptions in SQL Remote
112Jun 20, 20026, 7anon.How ASA Clients Connect to Servers using TCP/IP
111Jun 20, 20028anon.Embedded SQL Under Linux
110Jun 20, 20026, 7, 8anon.Authenticating an Access 2000 Connection Against an ASA 6 or 7 Authenticated Database
109Jun 18, 2002-anon.Configuring the Palm OS Emulator to use HotSync
108Jun 17, 20025.5anon.Resolving Database Client Communication Errors
107Jun 10, 20027anon.Resetting the SQL Remote Message Tracking System
106Jun 10, 20025.5 to 8anon.Recovery From a Single, All Inclusive Log File
105Jun 10, 20025.5.03anon.Connecting to SQL Anywhere 5.x.xx from a Java application using jConnect
104May 28, 20028anon.Database's Page Size Too Big - Refined Solutions and Performance Issues
103May 28, 2002-anon.Creating a SQL Anywhere Database That Handles a Large Number of Columns
102Apr 25, 20027anon.Using Manage Anywhere Studio to Gather Diagnostic Information
101Apr 19, 20028anon.Adaptive Server Anywhere Version 8.0.0 and Silent Installs
100Apr 01, 20025anon.Connecting an ODBC enabled application to a Version 5.x SQL Anywhere Server
99Feb 26, 2002-anon.Protecting Your ASA Data: What's Better? RAID Arrays or Log Mirroring?
98Feb 19, 20027anon.The Importance of Log Offsets in a Replicating System
97Feb 15, 20028G. N. PaulleySemantics and Compatibility of Transact-SQL Outer Joins
96Jan 02, 20027anon.Implementing the CustDB example against ASE 12.5
95Jan 02, 20027anon.Creating a Fail-over System for a SQL Remote Environment
942002-anon.Maintaining the Database State in UltraLite Applications Using the 'Persistent Name' Parameter
9320027, 8anon.Accessing Data in Adaptive Server Anywhere Using ADO and Visual Basic
9220027anon.Accessing Data in Adaptive Server Anywhere for Windows CE Using ADOCE and Embedded Visual Basic
91Dec 20, 2001-anon.Verifying SQL Remote Publications and Subscriptions
90Dec 05, 20016, 7anon.Differences Between DBVALID in SQL Anywhere Studio Versions 6 and 7
89Nov 21, 20017anon.Pinging Database Servers and Databases in Applications
88Oct 30, 20017anon.Connecting to Adaptive Server Anywhere 7 with Sybase JCONNECT 5: Introduction and Testing.
87Sep 06, 20015.5, 7anon.Using Proxy Tables as a Data Migration Tool
86Sep 06, 20015.5, 6anon.Receiving Error: Unlink 'message file' Failure 5: Permission denied
85Sep 06, 20016anon.Receiving Error: Sopen failure 3: No such file or directory
84Sep 06, 2001-anon.Receiving a No Offline Error using SQL Remote
83Aug 20, 2001-anon.DBREMOTE Error: 'Missing transaction log(s)'
82Aug 13, 2001-anon.Designing an Efficient Extraction Procedure for SQL Remote
81Aug 12-16, 20017, 8Shannon WhiteTechwave 2001: EM431 ASA and the new SQLJ standards
80Aug 12-16, 20017Alex ReifTechwave 2001: EM424 Building Smart-Client Wireless Applications
-Aug 12-16, 2001-Chris KleisathTechwave 2001: EM423 iAnywhere Solutions m-Business Platform Overview [not available]
-Aug 12-16, 20018David FishburnTechwave 2001: EM421 Mobile Bank Solution [not available]
-Aug 12-16, 20017Alex ReifTechwave 2001: EM420 The Golf Application Architecture [not available]
79Aug 12-16, 20017, 8Reg DomaratzkiTechwave 2001: EM419 MobiLink Advanced Scalability and Reliability
78Aug 12-16, 20017Reg DomaratzkiTechwave 2001: EM418 SQL Remote for Adaptive Server Anywhere Internals
-Aug 12-16, 2001--Techwave 2001: EM417 Setting up a SQL Remote System for Performance [not available]
77Aug 12-16, 2001-Chris KleisathTechwave 2001: EM416 Choosing the Correct Data Movement Technology
76Aug 12-16, 20017Robert WaywellTechwave 2001: EM415 Custom Extraction Techniques
75Aug 12-16, 20017Robert WaywellTechwave 2001: EM414 SQL Remote Tips & Techniques
74Aug 12-16, 20017, 8Mark CulpTechwave 2001: EM413 Using Adaptive Server Anywhere's Remote Data Acess Feature
73Aug 12-16, 20017Ali ChalhoubTechwave 2001: EM412 Using Adaptive Server Anywhere with Visual Basic
72Aug 12-16, 20017Bill HillisTechwave 2001: EM411 ASA Deployment - Tips and Techniques
71Aug 12-16, 20015.5, 6, 7, 8Robert WaywellTechwave 2001: EM410 Upgrading Your SQL Anywhere Studio Applications
70Aug 12-16, 20018Dave Neudoerffer,
Mike Paola
Techwave 2001: EM409 SQL Anywhere 8.0 New Feature Overview
69Aug 12-16, 20018Reg DomaratzkiTechwave 2001: EM408 Backup and Recovery of SQL Anywhere -- Tips & Techniques
68Aug 12-16, 20017, 8Mark CulpTechwave 2001: EM407 Sound Application Development with SQL Anywhere
67Aug 12-16, 20017, 8Dave NeudoerfferTechwave 2001: EM406 Mobile Data Security
66Aug 12-16, 20018Jim GrahamTechwave 2001: EM405 UltraLite Engineering Overview
65Aug 12-16, 20018Jim GrahamTechwave 2001: EM404 New MobiLink Technology
64Aug 12-16, 20017, 8David FishburnTechwave 2001: EM403 MobiLink Design Best Practices
63Aug 12-16, 20018David FishburnTechwave 2001: EM402 MobiLink Tips and Techniques
62Aug 12-16, 20018Jim GrahamTechwave 2001: EM401 Overview of MobiLink Synchronization
61Aug 09, 2001-anon.Replicating Data Imported from Text Files
60Jun 18, 20017anon.Minimizing Down Time on the Consolidated Database when Extracting Remote Users
59Apr 30, 20017.0.1, 7.0.2anon.Configuring two ODBC Data Sources for Two versions of Adaptive Server Anywhere
58April 26, 20017.0.2Aylwin Lo,
Tom Slee
Sybase Adaptive Server Anywhere for Linux HOWTO
57Apr 11, 20017anon.How the non-DMC HotSync Conduit Builds and Reads Upload and Download Streams for UltraLite
56Mar 16, 20015.5, 6anon.Avoiding user id error while running dbunload with the -ar or -ac switch for SQL Remote Replication.
55Jan 11, 2001-anon.Link Error: Virtual Function Table is Undefined
54Dec 28, 2000-anon.How to fix a 'region datares is full' error in MobileBuilder
53Dec 20, 2000-anon.How to Generate a Map file in MobileBuilder
52Nov 28, 2000-anon.Getting Symbol Scanner Libraries to work with UltraLite Libraries
51Nov 16, 20007.0.1anon.Sample JConnect Application on Windows CE
50Oct 26, 20007.0.1anon.Oracle NLS_LANG Mismatch and MobiLink
49Jul 30-Aug 3, 20007Robert WaywellTechwave 2000: MC425 SQL Remote Techniques
48Jul 30-Aug 3, 20007Mike PaolaTechwave 2000: MC421 Adaptive Server Anywhere 7.0 New Feature Overview
47Jul 30-Aug 3, 2000-Steven McDowellTechwave 2000: MC419 Character Sets, Collations and National Languages in SQL Anywhere
46Jul 30-Aug 3, 20006.03, 7Reg DomaratzkiTechwave 2000: MC418 Backup and Recovery of SQL Anywhere: Tips and Techniques
45Jul 30-Aug 3, 20005.5, 6.0.3Reg DomaratzkiTechwave 2000: MC417 SQL Remote for Adaptive Server Anywhere Internals
44Jul 30-Aug 3, 2000-Eric Murchie-BeymaTechwave 2000: MC415 Adaptive Server Anywhere: Remote Administration Without Remote Access
43Jul 30-Aug 3, 20007.0.1Bill HillisTechwave 2000: MC414 ASA Deployment - Tips and Techniques
42Jul 30-Aug 3, 20007.0.1Anthony ScianTechwave 2000: MC413 UltraLite Technical Overview
41Jul 30-Aug 3, 20007.0.1Eric GiguèreTechwave 2000: MC411 UltraLite, Java Edition – Moving Data Back to the Client
40Jul 30-Aug 3, 2000-Trish GenoeTechwave 2000: MC410 Advanced UltraLite Techniques
39Jul 30-Aug 3, 2000-David FishburnTechwave 2000: MC409 Writing SQL Remote Update Publication Statements
38Jul 30-Aug 3, 20006.0.2David FishburnTechwave 2000: MC408 Advanced MobiLink Synchronization Techniques
37Jul 30-Aug 3, 2000-David CarsonTechwave 2000: MC407 Implementing XML Solutions with ASA
36Jul 30-Aug 3, 20007.0.1Russ ChamberlainTechwave 2000: MC402 Overview of MobiLink Synchronization
-Jul 30-Aug 3, 2000--Techwave 2000: AM32 MobiLink Synchronization [not available]
-Jul 30-Aug 3, 2000--Techwave 2000: AM31 Adaptive Server Anywhere (ASA) Internals Performance and Tuning [not available]
35Jul 25, 20005.5anon.Unable to start, server not found
34Jul 25, 20006anon.Troubleshooting the error: 'Unable to start, server not found'
33Jun 28, 20007anon.Deployment of Sybase Central Java Edition 4.0 and MobiLink
32Jun 27, 20007anon.How to Start/Stop Synchronization Delete
31Jun 26, 20007anon.UltraLite Application Does Not HotSync Data
30Jun 26, 2000-anon.Transaction Grouping in a Multi-tier SQL Remote Architecture
29Apr 27, 20005.xanon.SQL Anywhere 5.x Cost-Based Query Optimizer
28Mar 10, 2000-anon.UltraLite, Java Edition FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
27Feb 29-Mar 3, 2000-Ivan T. Bowman,
G. N. Paulley
ICDE 16: Join enumeration in a memory-constrained environment
26Jan 26, 20006anon.Borland Delphi Using SQL Anywhere Studio
2520006anon.Sybase Adaptive Server - Java in the Database
2420007anon.MobiLink transport-layer security and digital certificates
232000-anon.Integrating Remote Workgroups & Occasionally Connected Devices with the Enterprise
2220007.0.1anon.Building an UltraLite Palm Application Using MobileBuilder
2120007anon.Borland Delphi Using SQL Anywhere Studio
2020006.0.2anon.Adaptive Server Anywhere Collations
19Oct 15, 1999-anon.Preparing a MobiLink Consolidated Database
18Oct 15, 1999-anon.Getting 'Unknown Error 44' When Running a Palm Application
17Oct 15, 1999-anon.Deploying a Palm Application to the Palm Emulator
16Oct 08, 19996anon.Resolving Database Communication Errors for Adaptive Server Anywhere
15Sep 15, 19995, 6anon.Error: Resource Governor for Prepared Statements Exeeded.
14Sep 15, 19996, 7, 8anon.Diagnosing SQL Anywhere ODBC Client/Server Connection Problems
13Sep 15, 1999-anon.Database's Page Size Too Big - Refined Solutions and Performance Issue
12Sep 15, 1999-anon.Conflict Resolution Scenario With SQL Remote
11Aug 05, 1999-anon.The differences between SQL Remote for ASE and SQL Remote SQL Anywhere
10Jun 24, 1999-anon.Receiving Message 'Server Name Already In Use'
9Jun 22, 1999-anon.What is all that Extra Information in a Translated Transaction Log?
8Jun 04, 1999-anon.Receiving Cursor Not Open Error
7May 17, 19996.0.2anon.Creating a Silent Install of Adaptive Server Anywhere
6May 12, 19995.5anon.Sybase SQL Anywhere v5.5 Memory Use
5Dec 17, 19985.5.04anon.Installing patches or EBFs for SSRemote
4Oct 08, 19985, 6anon.SQL Anywhere 5.0 Compatibility DLLs for ASA 6.0
3Sep 30, 19985.5, 6anon.Setting up FTP Replication with Adaptive Server Anywhere or SQL Anywhere
2Sep 11, 1998-anon.Using the float Datatype
1Jul 15, 19985 to 8anon.Start up SQL Anywhere Services from command prompt on NT

The background story...


Updated November 24, 2012: More freshly-discovered articles added.
Updated November 23, 2012: One earlier article and several new blog posts added.
Updated July 29, 2012: Many blog posts, patents and other articles have been added, and the xxx.yy numbers have been removed.
Updated June 24, 2012: Techwave 2003 presentations have been added and the authors column has been filled in.
Updated June 16, 2012: Techwave 2004 presentations have been added, plus row numbers along with the xxx.yy article numbers.
Updated June 5, 2012: Two recent articles plus the Techwave 2000 presentations have been added, and the Search GUI has been improved.
Updated May 21, 2012: Techwave 2005, 2002 and 2001 presentations have been added, as well as some more authors.
Updated May 14, 2012: Techwave 2006 presentations have been added as documents 176.01 through 176.15, including authors.
Updated May 10, 2012: Techwave 2007 presentations have been added as documents 208.01 through 208.24.
Updated May 8, 2012: Techwave 2008 presentations have been added as documents 238.01 through 238.18.
Updated April 26, 2012: Techwave 2009 presentations have been added as documents 266.01 through 266.14.
Updated April 24, 2012: Two new SQL Anywhere Insider articles, plus one old "First Edition".
Updated April 7, 2012: Techwave 2010 presentations have been added as documents 298.01 through 298.13.
Updated March 31, 2012: Techwave 2011 presentations have been added as documents 314.01 through 314.19.


March 19, 2012

Your first reaction might be, "Great Flaming [redacted] of Fire, why isn't all this in the Help?"

Can't answer that, but here are the answers to some other questions you might have...
  • Yes, these are all the SQL Anywhere tech docs and white papers, at least those from the main sybase.com mineshafts...

  • ...with some exceptions: announcements, notices, bulletins, bug fixes, licensing details, certification reports, various listicles (components, requirements, platforms, links), and straight links to DCX topics have been left out.

  • The article numbers are for your votes: "I recommend articles x, y and z!"

  • Some effort was made to report the actual publication date as opposed to the published publication date.

  • The version number column shows what was mentioned in the articles; many of the articles are relevant to other versions.

  • There are some real gems way down deep; old does not necessarily imply worthless.








2 comments:

Unknown said...

WOW!!!

Bruce Milton said...

Breck, you da man!
I'll be bookmarking this page.