Sybase ASE writes backup information to backup errorlog which is, by default, in the ASE's install directory. You should be able to write a small routine that dumps the database and writes the backup info like START TIME, END TIME, TIME TAKEN, NUMBER OF STRIPES USED and SIZE into a database table. You can design your own table and use ASE scheduler to start your backup job.
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