I have Ciscoworks 2000 on Solaris using release 4 of CD 1. I am trying to get RME to synchronise with the rest of Ciscoworks (a common problem, I think). While wading through the documentation I came across many references to things that work with Sybase but do not work with SQLAnywhere. My system uses SQLAnywhere. From the installation I do not remember any option to use Sybase. Can someone please explain the difference between the two implementations, and also if they have implications with the data migration process?
PS I know that SQLAnywhere is made by Sybase, but the following link suggests that there are different versions:
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