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Using the "Support Packages and Patches" area in the SAP Support Portal, I can only find one EBF (SP0) for v17 on Windows, namely

  • "SQL Anywhere 17.0.0 SP0 PL1 Build 1211" from 2015-09-01

Linux seems to have a fresher EBF from late November.

In contrast, for v12.0.1 and 16.0.0 there have been a few EBFs in the last monthes.

Have I missed a v17 EBF/SP, or are there plans to release those in larger intervals?

(Note, I'm not asking for a particular fix, it's just a general question...)

(IIRC, historically, "fresh versions" have usually had more frequent EBFs than already matured ones...)

asked 17 Dec '15, 07:17

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17.0.0.1211 is the latest version available for Windows/17. Next EBF is in the pipeline.

(17 Dec '15, 11:12) Mikel Rychliski

BTW, congrats to SAP for releasing a 17.0.0.1211 version of the Developer Edition in a timely manner!

(17 Dec '15, 11:31) Terry Wilkinson

FWIW, a fresh "17.0.0 SP0 PL3 Build 1328" has been released on Dec 23rd.

And shortly afterwards, "17.0.0 SP0 PL4 Build 1358" for Windows has been released on Dec 29th.

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answered 28 Dec '15, 03:27

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