The newest SQL Anywhere EBFs for Windows and Linux use version 17.0.11.68xx instead of 17.0.10.63xx.

Is the incremented "support package number" (aka the third part of the version string, so "11" vs. "10") just an internal step up and basically another bug fix, or is there new functionality available? (If the latter, where is it documented?)

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As you may already be aware, documentation is only maintained on the SAP Help Portal. In addition to SP 0 documentation, documentation for SP01 (aka 17.0.11) is available via the dropdown next to the SAP SQL Anywhere with the Star icon. The direct link is https://help.sap.com/viewer/product/SAP_SQL_Anywhere/17.0.01/en-US.

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answered 01 Dec '21, 14:16

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Thanks, I wasn't aware of the new SP1 doc set, probably because until now, there was only one v17 doc set... — which was updated for newer patch levels now and then...

So here's the according "What's New" topic for 17.0.1.

(01 Dec '21, 15:45) Volker Barth
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