Now and then I tend to lookup the status of some known bugs on the (old) Sybase Change Requests site.
Currently, the site simply returns the following:
That has happened for a few days, IIRC. Is there a general problem with that site, or is it just a momentary unavailability?
asked 09 Oct '14, 10:14
Yes, there is a general problem with the Sybase Change Request site in that it's been retired as of October 1st. It is no longer available.
Since only SAP Customers can now download Support Packages (SP) from the SAP Support Portal, all of the README information for SQL Anywhere is now only available within SAP Notes.
With each SP posted, there is an 'Info' button that will take you to an SAP Note with an HTML attachment that has the bug fix README for that SP:
To make this process more user-friendly and helpful to customers when searching for already-fixed bugs, we have now started to release the CR information in a different format. We will now be maintaining 'primary README Notes' separately that will contain the most up-to-date SQL Anywhere README information in the Note directly - you can view the SQL Anywhere 9, 10, 11, 12 and 16 Notes here:
Once you have opened the Note, you can use "Ctrl + F" to find your CR # and the internal anchor links should work also. Only fully released CRs will be made public.
FWIW, currently the site seems to be working (again?), at least when looking for a particular CR number, such as http://search.sybase.com/kbx/changerequests?bug_id=343627. Don't know whether this is just temporary...
Govern yourself accordingly, as they say:)
answered 17 Oct '14, 08:42