Now and then, this site has helped to get a few bugs in the SQL Anywhere software fixed (thanks for that!).

When turning into the general and official forum, I would very kindly ask the nice iAnywhere engineers to add a note with the according CR number if they code (or know about) a bugfix as result of a question.

That will help future users to easily find out whether that particular issue is fixed in the version they use (and to get an "official" description).

I would recommend the CR number (based on that question) in addition to a build number as lots of fixes seem to apply to different major versions, and then it's fine if you can find out if it's also fixed in your different major version.

AFAIK, the CR documentation usually lists all versions that are concerned, cf. this one for SQL Remote.


I do appreciate that adding such a note is an additional effort - but I hope it makes support easier:)

asked 28 Feb '11, 17:36

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