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Tested from Sybase Central, under Windows currently running 12.0.1.3994

The "Check for Updates" didn't catch EBF 22773: 12.0.1 Build 4086, released on 04/21/14.

asked 22 Apr '14, 13:41

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In addition: This EBF is incorrectly labelled as "Release Version: 16.0" on the website...

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(22 Apr '14, 13:46) Breck Carter
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By "the website", do you mean the SAP Marketplace, or downloads.sybase.com ?

(23 Apr '14, 11:31) Reg Domaratzki

The latter, and it's OK now :)

(29 Apr '14, 11:32) Breck Carter

I guess it will be a long walk until us customers consider the SAP Marketplace "the website" - just as SCN is certainly not "the forum"...

(29 Apr '14, 11:41) Volker Barth

FWIW, the issue seems to be fixed in the meantime, at least on a box with 12.0.1.4085 the "Check for Updates" today shows the 12.0.1.4086 EBF as available. - I have not tested if this was different in the previous days.


As similar issues have been noticed in the past: Probably it's not a bug but a feature of the "Check for Updates" that brandnew EBFs/SPs are only shown a few days after they have been initially released? - We'll wait and see:)

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answered 29 Apr '14, 09:48

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Thanks Volker - it seems to be OK now!

(30 Apr '14, 11:08) Derli Marcochi
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