The EBF readme files list all those "Engineering Case" numbers, such as "#563839", with a short description of what problem is fixed.
Is there any public website to get more background information on these fixes?
AFAIk, one can quest them on the following Sybase website (adding the appropriate case number), such as http://search.sybase.com/kbx/changerequests?bug_id=563839. But this shows primarily the notes from the EBF, in conjunction with the build numbers of the corresponding code line.
So, is there even more information publicly available?
(I'm not asking for a particular fix, just out of interest.)
asked 11 Oct '10, 14:57
As well as John Smirnios' reply, if the bug fix resulted in a behavior change or new feature, the docs for the next release of the software contain the information. These are provided as bullets in the "SQL Anywhere® 12 - Changes and Upgrading > What's new in version XX.XX.XX" section, and include links leading off to the appropriate topics in the docs. These changes are also indexed in the docs for context searching. For example, if you type 'http' in the index, you'll see a secondary index entry called 'version 11.0.0 behavior change'.
answered 12 Oct '11, 16:08