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Can anyone help? The 5.5.05.2787 EBF used to be available but it now seems invisible to Google.

FWIW, this is a real request, with real reasons behind it... and a vendor that prides itself on technical support should have no problem with it, right? :)

Breck


I am running SQL Anywhere version 5.5.05.2509 and need to upgrade to SQL Anywhere version 5.5.05.2787. Or get a developer copy of SQL Anywhere version 9. Can anyone help

asked 12 Jul '12, 23:00

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IMHO you won't have much luck getting that update, SQLA 5.5 has long been archived. You may download a developer version of SQL Anywhere 12 from here: Developer Edition

permanent link

answered 13 Jul '12, 09:31

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I am sure there is a web address for really old downloads, but I couldn't find it... sigh :)

(13 Jul '12, 13:46) Breck Carter
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