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I have downloaded "SQL Anywhere-12" trial version from the Sybase website. I use Windows Vista It installed itself in two locations.The Sybase related folders are in:-

 1)  "C:\Program Files\.."
         -SQL Anywhere 12

 2) "C:\Users\Public\Documents\SQL Anywhere 12\Samples"
         -DBISQL 12.0.1
         -SQL Anywhere 12
         -Sybase Central 6.1.0

Is it how Sybase downloads itself? Or was there any error in downloading?

The reason I ask is I am not sure where to save any "NEW sybase-DATABASE" created?

Can anyone please help?

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closed as off topic by jscott, Sven, Shane Madden, EightBitTony, Scott Pack Oct 20 '12 at 19:18

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The stuff in C:\Users is sample databases, example code, scripts, stuff like that. The actual software is installed in C:\Program Files.

For SQL Anywhere-specific questions, you may want to check out

Disclaimer: I work for Sybase in SQL Anywhere engineering.

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