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asked 29 Oct '10, 15:06

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Breck Carter
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edited 18 Mar '11, 11:44

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Mark Culp

"SQLA 2.0" is coming soon to an internet near you! Check your local listings!

The software is pretty much ready to go, but there are a few more things to do before we go live:

  • the machine is in the midst of a "hardening" process by Sybase IT before we make it visible outside the Sybase firewall
  • I need to confirm that existing SQLA users will be migrated successfully
  • we will need a dump of the existing SQLA data to make sure it gets imported properly (fresh one available on request)
  • test it thoroughly before announcing it to the world (we've already been doing that internally for a while)
  • arrange a final cut-over date with the SQLA administrator (assuming I can remember the name of the dude who runs it - I think I have it squirrelled away somewhere) (that's D00d to you!)alt text
  • on the cut-over date, get a final dump of SQLA and import it (give me five minutes advance notice)

I don't know how long Sybase IT (alt text) will be working on the machine so I can't give you a specific date but once they're done with it, it will likely be a week or two at most before we're live.

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answered 29 Oct '10, 18:42

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edited 29 Oct '10, 19:57

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Breck Carter

Yes, the possibility to link images is another advantage compared to NNTP:)

(30 Oct '10, 21:40) Volker Barth
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