At this moment, the On Demand DCX URL relocates to one that is unavailable:

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asked 22 Oct '13, 17:51

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If anyone's been wondering where the next On Demand blog post is at, it's been kinda hard to follow the Consultant's Credo "Stay At Least One Page Ahead Of The Customer In The Help" :)

(22 Oct '13, 17:53) Breck Carter
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Does the direct link from dcx.sybase.com work? Seems to be a problem that occurs when manually navigating to the link

(22 Oct '13, 18:06) Mikel Rychliski
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Yes, the indirect link to the DCX main menu works, and then so does the link from there to On Demand... thanks for the workaround.

Note that the direct links to the DCX Help from inside the web pages displayed by the On Demand software itself are disabled by this problem. DCX is no longer just a tool for developers, it is an integral part of production software deployed at client sites.

(22 Oct '13, 18:32) Breck Carter

Thanks for reporting this issue. We found the cause, and it should be resolved now.

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answered 23 Oct '13, 09:30

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This is clearly a bug. I will notify the doc team to get it fixed.

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answered 22 Oct '13, 18:31

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