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SQL Anywhere Studio 9 Developer's Guide (With CD-ROM)

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There’s a good reason that SQL Anywhere has over 70% of the mobile database
market. In fact, there are several good reasons: It’s easy to use, easy to administer,
and it doesn’t take up much space. Those are all good things if you’re trying
to deploy hundreds or thousands of databases. And they’re good things to have
if you’re trying to embed relational databases inside tens of thousands of routers
or switches or other hardware devices.

But SQL Anywhere isn’t just for mobile and embedded databases; it’s got
the features and the flexibility to work as a network server with hundreds of
active users pounding away on a single database. And it’s got a solid foundation
and a long history, from its roots with Watcom in the 1980s through to
Powersoft and Sybase in the 1990s and now with iAnywhere Solutions in the
new millennium.

Through all those years, the SQL Anywhere development team has never
strayed from one central virtue; as Richard Williams of VMI Communication
and Learning Systems said it, “Watcom does things the way they should be
done.”
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