This is currently returned when trying to access the DocCommentXchange site:
22 Mar '13, 04:32
22 Mar '13, 07:32
Same for me, still no access.
Yeah, and no doubt there is much scurrying about since both the client and server were upgraded yesterday [snork]... "In order to serve you better..." :)
Seems to be down again - I don't get a 404 error, however the site seems unresponsive. Sigh.
Still not reachable - I get a "The system returned: (110) Connection timed out" error message...
I'm glad I got local docs:) - cf. Breck's recent blog article:
Fortunately SQL Anywhere is very reliable product, but the availability of the online docs seems to remain unsecure.
FWIW, its' available again...
Seems to be up again...
That leaves the question: What official channels are used to let customers know a site is not temporarily available?
22 Mar '13, 10:07
22 Mar '13, 10:08
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