If you are looking for Sybase Central, you have come to the right place. We explain what Sybase Central is and point you to the official download.
What is Sybase Central?
Sybase Central is used as a graphical management tool for other Sybase products and implements the Sybase management enterprise strategy. The software comes with the Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE) that can help show the virtual representation of objects such as the database and remote server. The software is user friendly with its easy point and click interface complete with buttons, selection lists, and dialog boxes.
Sybase Central also allows the management of multiple servers from one console and allows the computer administrator to gain access to data on the Sybase database through the OmniConnect management feature. Users can also edit print codes using the code editor of the software and generate the data definition language. Object property sheets are present in the software in order to be modified and configured by the users. The navigation between related objects is a part of the user account management feature of the application which enables users to navigate easily between property sheets. The user account management also helps users in the security of the program. Sybase Central gives access to the online conceptual information of ASE.
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File types supported by Sybase Central
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About file types supported by Sybase Central
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Last updated: : June 9, 2014