Its been a busy month here on the SQL Anywhere engineering team, as we worked hard to finalize installs, fix bugs, and perform QA on the beta release of the next major version of SQL Anywhere, code named "Innsbruck". I announced the Beta sign-up in October.

Today the software is now available on Windows and Linux. Qualified beta testers will be notified by email how to get the software.

If you are interested in participating in the Innsbruck Beta program, please visit our beta website to apply.

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The beta is awesome!

Folks who join the beta can read my article "Top 1 Cool New Features In SQL Anywhere 12" in the beta newsgroup... that's where I talk about how much [adjective deleted] [noun deleted] are.

Then there's the follow up "Top 2 Cool New Features In SQL Anywhere 12" where I discover the new [noun deleted] feature.

The best part, it hasn't [verb deleted], not once!

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answered 19 Dec '09, 07:18

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I got it for windows, but I'm on mac. Do you know when OSX version will be avaiable?

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The beta will only be available for Windows and Linux. Mac will be available when the product goes GA.

(04 Jan '10, 21:30) José Ramos
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