Sybase ASE Requirementslink
Updated October 31, 2023
This section describes the requirements, access privileges, and other features of Fivetran Local Data Processing when using Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE) for replication.
For information about compatibility and supported versions of Sybase ASE with Local Data Processing platforms, see Supported Platforms.
For information about the supported data types and mapping of data types in source DBMS to the corresponding data types in target DBMS or file format, see Data Type Mapping.
For the character encodings supported by Local Data Processing on Sybase ASE, see the Character Encodings page.
Local Data Processing supports the following Sybase ASE editions:
- Developer Edition
- Enterprise Edition
- Express Edition
Before you configure Local Data Processing for Kerberos authentication with Sybase ASE, refer to the Sybase ASE documentation for information about how to configure Kerberos for Sybase ASE.
Local Data Processing supports two ways for Kerberos authentication:
Accessing the kerberized Sybase ASE server with the User and Key Tab parameters supplied. In this case, Local Data Processing will run kinit to authenticate itself. To use a keytab file with Local Data Processing, enter the details in the User and Key Tab fields of the Location Connection dialog.
Additionally, the following action must be defined for a Sybase ASE location:
Accessing the kerberized Sybase ASE server without supplying the User and Key Tab parameters. In this case, the Fivetran Agent Listener (in case of a remote High-Volume Agent connecting to Sybase ASE) or the Scheduler (in case of a local Local Data Processing connecting to Sybase ASE) should be started from an already Kerberos-authenticated environment.