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SQL Anywhere 10 - how to startup at windows startup

Jan 22 at 04:38 AM

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Have a older application that requires SQL Anywhere 10.

Question. Is there a way to Autostart SQL Anywhere 10 at Windows 2012 r2 Startup?

Harald Siewert

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Atsushi Asano
Jan 22 at 04:40 AM
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Hi Harald,

You can start a server automatically using Service.

Service utility (dbsvc) for Windows
http://dcx.sap.com/index.html#1001/en/dbdaen10/da-dbsvc-service-dbutilities.html

For example:
dbsvc -as -s auto -w myserv "c:\Program Files\SQL Anywhere 10\win32\dbeng10.exe" -n myeng -c 8m "c:\temp\mysample.db"

However, version 10 does not support Windows 2012 R2. Version 10 supports the past from Windows 2008 R2.

Support OS:
Version:10.0.1
2000, XP, Vista, 7(EBF#3960 or higher), Windows Server 2003, 2008(x86, x64, IA64) / 2008 R2 (x64) (EBF#3960 or higher)

Thanks,
Atsushi

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However, version 10 does not support Windows 2012 R2.

Although that does not necessarily mean that it would not run on that OS at all, methinks. As support for V10 has been stopped several years ago, I would just give it a try – or use a newer SQL Anywhere version, of course...:)


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Yes. I think that version 10 works on this OS. This means that we do not test version 10 on this OS.
Therefore, an unknown issue may occur. You should apply at least latest(last) EBF.

2381119 - About the latest version of SQL Anywhere
SQL Anywhere 10.0 : EBF4310 (note 1808085)

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Atsushi Asano
Jan 26 at 04:52 AM
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Hi Harald,

Are you still in need help? Please let me know if you need any help.
Or please close this thread. Please go ahead and "accept" your own answer here, so the question will be marked as answered for others looking for this solution.

Thanks,
Atsushi

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