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SQL Advantage - part of SQL Central ?

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SQL Advantage is mentioned under help menu in SQL Central. It is described there as the replacement for "WISQL". I, however, can't find it anywhere as part SQL Central
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SQL Advantage is a Transact-SQL (T-SQL) editor.  It provides command templates and point-and-click pick lists to assist in building your T-SQL queries.  You must be connected to a SQL Server in order to execute the query and in order to use the pick lists (of tables, sp, views).

It usually comes with a Sybase product (Mine came with Open Server Gateway).
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