|By Jayaram Krishnaswamy||
|September 1, 2013 01:04 AM EDT||
When you install SQL Anywhere 16 it comes with a 'demo' database and incidentally this has not changed from the earliest version to which I was exposed.
You can connect to the 'demo' server and create an ODBC connection as shown in the next image (note that you will be using a 32-bit driver):
Now launch OpenOffice 4.0 from its shortcut on the desktop and click Database as in the earlier post. You are already in Step 1.
In Step 2 select the demo ODBC connection and click OK.
In Step 3 provide 'dba' as username.
Click Test Connection. Provide 'sql' as the password.
You will see that you easily get connected.
In Step 4, save and proceed. For this example it was saved as SAP16.odf.
Now you see the Group O tables in the saved database.