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Why were these EBFs removed from the EBF download site?

asked 03 Dec '12, 12:00

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Jason Noack
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Thanks for this announcement

(04 Dec '12, 04:43) Martin

A serious bug has been found in these two builds affecting database mirroring. As a result both of these EBFs were removed from the downloads site.

QA will be re-testing 12.0.1 3817 containing a fix for this problem. If 12.0.1 3817 gets re-posted at a later date it will contain a fix to this mirroring bug.

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answered 03 Dec '12, 12:03

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Hm, the DBISQL Update Service still does inform on EBF 3817 and displays the readme on demand ... but the download itself is then not found...

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(03 Dec '12, 12:38) Volker Barth

Thanks Volker! You should now no longer be able to find 3817 in the update service.


(03 Dec '12, 12:50) Jason Noack
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Yes, now 3797 is listed as newest EBF - thanks for the quick correction:)

(04 Dec '12, 03:30) Volker Barth

FWIW, the EBF for Windows has been re-released as of 2012-12-10...

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answered 13 Dec '12, 08:17

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