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I want to download the latest patch to test the software support for java cor function! Can you send me a download link? thank you very much; i need fix number SQLAnywhere 17.0 SP0 PL 53 Build 5963 17.10 thaks can send email for me!

asked 07 Jan '20, 02:59

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edited 07 Jan '20, 15:35

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Volker Barth

See that answer. Basically, you need a SAP support plan to get there. Since several years EBFs/SPs are no more freely available.

FWIW: Here's an overview over the newest EBFs - at least the readme site is publically accessable, so you can check what enhancements and fixes have been made between your current EBF and

permanent link

answered 07 Jan '20, 04:02

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If it is a paid download, how to register for payment and purchase? thank

(07 Jan '20, 04:26) mfkpie8
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No, the download itself does not need to be paid but you need to have a support contract AFAIK to get access to the download area. I would recommend to ask your sales rep...

(07 Jan '20, 15:34) Volker Barth

Have you ever purchased a copy of SQL Anywhere 17? That's a starting point. I am not sure if you have to also purchase a support contract, but you may have to do that one time in order to get an "s-user-id"

(07 Jan '20, 16:53) Breck Carter
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That doesn't answer Breck's question "Have you ever purchased a copy of SQL Anywhere 17?".

(08 Jan '20, 03:57) Volker Barth
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Well, if you are using the free Developer Edition and don't want to buy the product, then you are forced to wait for an update of that edition...

See Chris's comment here for a possible refreshed edition.

(08 Jan '20, 06:25) Volker Barth
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