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Hello everyone,

Can anyone provide me with a sample sybase database script ? i want to do a poc on sybase to SQL migration and need a dummy database ( with fucntions, procedures, triggers ,tables etc) . Can someone Please provide me with a sample database ?
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Hi,

You can find sample database scripts in below path.

"$SYBASE/$SYBASE_ASE/scripts"
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Hi,

You can find sample database scripts in below path.

"$SYBASE/$SYBASE_ASE/scripts"
could you please elaborate ?
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Sshetty5, have you tried to Google 'sybase sample database' ? There is a clear description how to make a sample database using scripts provided by Sybase.
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thanks

I got it.. found a video on youtube
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Sshetty5, have you tried to Google 'sybase sample database' ? There is a clear description how to make a sample database using scripts provided by Sybase.

Thanks , yeah i found a youtube video for it. My version has a different directory structure and there was no sybase_Ase directory.It has ASE-15 directory.
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It is better to use the documentation from Sybase itself. Or you can just substitute the directorynames in the youtube video with the ones you have on your system.
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thanks for your input
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