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The new SCN, of course!

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asked 14 Oct '16, 16:58

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Breck Carter
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I just wondered to what place the former SCN questions have been dis-located...?

Glad I had not asked any of them.

(14 Oct '16, 17:41) Volker Barth
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At least, the web site looks fine on my iPxxxx (censored). The responsive design does its job quite well.

There are issues with the combination of my adblocker and browser, but this can be solved.

The SA forum looks fine on my devices, and there are areas that can be improved.

(15 Oct '16, 03:24) Vlad

Besides that, it seems that more information about my SCN profile is publically visible as before, and even an unlogged user seems to be able to edit that (which then fails) - which is a totally NO-GO in my book. What a crap.

(15 Oct '16, 06:23) Volker Barth

Volker - document and discussion archives can be found here:

From this list, you can pick SQL Anywhere and it will go here for doc archive:

And here for discussions archive:

Hope that helps. Regards, Mike

(17 Oct '16, 08:59) MikePaola

Looking into this Volker...stay tuned.

(17 Oct '16, 09:00) MikePaola

1985 is calling, it wants its interface back! :)

All the "spaces" have been eliminated, replaced with 2,833 different "tags" that are listed in a spreadsheet.

Of all those tags, exactly two are of interest to us...

SAP SQL Anywhere -

SQL Anywhere -

Here's what we get now, instead of spaces...

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answered 15 Oct '16, 16:23

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edited 16 Oct '16, 06:49

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