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I have received a copy of a SQL Anywhere 11 database, which I beleive is now SAP, whereas previously was sybase SQL. The extension is just.db. I have been given a version of SQL Anywhere 11, but its not a product I am familiar with. the small DB (less than a GB in size) is stored on a USB drive. How can I attach the software to the database to view the content?
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Please have a look at this demo and in particular minute 1:33/1:34 where they select/open a demo database:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hm0JfEtV9o
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