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Sybase SYSOBJECTS type definitions

Well, here is all the type definitions you find in sysobjects table :

D – default
F – SQLJ function
L – log
P – Transact-SQL or SQLJ procedure
PR – prepare objects (created by Dynamic SQL)
R – rule
RI – referential constraint
S – system table
TR – trigger
U – user table
V – view
XP – extended stored procedure

So, if you need the name of all stored procedures in a database for instance you can do :

select name from sysobjects where type = ‘P’

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Sybase DBCC sp

sp_dbcc_alterws sp_dbcc_alterws – Changes the size of the specified workspace to a specified value, and initializes the workspace. sp_dbcc_alterws dbname, wsname, “wssize[K|M]“
sp_dbcc_configreport sp_dbcc_configreport – Generates a report that describes the configuration information used by the dbcc checkstorage operation for the specified database. sp_dbcc_configreport [dbname]
sp_dbcc_createws sp_dbcc_createws – Creates a workspace of the specified type and size on the specified segment and database. sp_dbcc_createws dbname, segname, [wsname], wstype, “wssize[K|M]“
sp_dbcc_deletedb sp_dbcc_deletedb – Deletes from dbccdb all the information related to the specified target database. sp_dbcc_deletedb [dbname]
sp_dbcc_deletehistory sp_dbcc_deletehistory – Deletes the results of dbcc checkstorage operations performed on the target database before the specified date and time. sp_dbcc_deletehistory [cutoffdate [, dbname]]
sp_dbcc_differentialreport sp_dbcc_differentialreport – Generates a report that highlights the changes I/O statistics and faults that took place between two dbcc operations. sp_dbcc_differentialreport [dbname [, objectname]], [db_op] [, “date1″ [, "date2"]]
sp_dbcc_evaluatedb sp_dbcc_evaluatedb – Recomputes configuration information for the target database and compares it to the current configuration information. sp_dbcc_evaluatedb [dbname]
sp_dbcc_faultreport sp_dbcc_faultreport – Generates a report covering fault statistics for the dbcc checkstorage operations performed for the specified object in the target database on the specified date. sp_dbcc_faultreport [dbname [, objectname [, date [, "short" | "long"]]]]
sp_dbcc_fullreport sp_dbcc_fullreport – Runs sp_dbcc_summaryreport, sp_dbcc_configreport, sp_dbcc_statisticsreport, and sp_dbcc_faultreport short for database..object_name on or before the specified date. sp_dbcc_fullreport [dbname [, objectname [, date]]]
sp_dbcc_runcheck sp_dbcc_runcheck – Runs dbcc checkstorage on the specified database, and then runs sp_dbcc_summaryreport or a report you specify. sp_dbcc_runcheck dbname [, user_proc]
sp_dbcc_statisticsreport sp_dbcc_statisticsreport – Generates an allocation statistics report on the specified object in the target database. sp_dbcc_statisticsreport [dbname [, objectname [, date]]]
sp_dbcc_summaryreport sp_dbcc_summaryreport – Generates a summary report on the specified database. sp_dbcc_summaryreport [dbname [, date]]
sp_dbcc_updateconfig sp_dbcc_updateconfig – Updates the dbcc_config table in dbccdb with the configuration information of the target database. sp_dbcc_updateconfig dbname, type, “str1″ [, "str2"]
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sybase copy table

http://manuals.sybase.com/onlinebooks/group-asarc/srv10024/sag/@Generic__BookTextView/48051;pt=48334

select * into auditarchive7_5 
 from sybsecurity.dbo.sysaudits
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MsSql 2008 link server ODBC sybase

exec sp_addlinkedserver @server = ‘Chron1′ ,
@srvproduct = ‘Sybase’,
@provider = ‘MSDASQL’,
@datasrc = ‘Chron1′

sp_addlinkedserver @server= server

, @srvproduct= product_name]
, @provider= provider_name]
, @datasrc= data_source]
, @location= location]
, @provstr= provider_string]
, @catalog= catalog]

The following table shows the ways that a linked server can be set up for data sources accessible through OLE DB. A linked server can be set up using more than one way for a given data source; there may be more than one row for a data source type. This table also shows thesp_addlinkedserver parameter values to be used for setting up the linked server.

Remote OLE DB data source OLE DB provider product_name provider_name data_source location provider_string catalog
SQL Server Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server SQL Server (1)
(default)
- - - - -
SQL Server Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server SQL Server SQLOLEDB Network name of SQL Server (for default instance) - - Database name (optional)
SQL Server Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server - SQLOLEDB Servername\instancename (for specific instance) - - Database name (optional)
Oracle Microsoft OLE DB Provider for Oracle Any (2) MSDAORA SQL*Net alias for Oracle database - - -
Access/Jet Microsoft OLE DB Provider for Jet Any Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0 Full path name of Jet database file - - -
ODBC data source Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Any MSDASQL System DSN of ODBC data source - - -
ODBC data source Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Any MSDASQL - - ODBC connection string -
File system Microsoft OLE DB Provider for Indexing Service Any MSIDXS Indexing Service catalog name - - -
Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet Microsoft OLE DB Provider for Jet Any Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0 Full path name of Excel file - Excel 5.0 -
IBM DB2 Database Microsoft OLE DB Provider for DB2 Any DB2OLEDB - - See Microsoft OLE DB Provider for DB2 documentation. Catalog name of DB2 database

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/280102

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Sybase – list current user session

select distinct
fullname,
name, procid, totcpu, totio
FROM master..syslogins sl,
master..sysprocesses sp
where sl.suid=sp.suid
order by name

select * from master..syslogins
select * from master..sysprocesses

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