Hi, I look to find out if a specific problem is solved in an EBF. In the SAP portal I am able to download the patches but I could nog find any list with solved problems. In the past there was a page to find a list with solved errors. I tried http://sqlasupport.sap.com/readme/index.html but gives no result (an error). Tia Hans

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Hm, a while ago that URL was still working...

FWIW, each download also includes the according version-specific readme file, you just have to download it before and extract it from the EBF package... (At least that's true for Windows setups.)

E.g. if you open the SA17011_Windows_6933_EBF.exe as archive, you can view the ReadMe_EBF.html file there, and it will contain all v17 bugfix entries.

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converted 01 Jun, 08:18

I found the html in the exe, that helps, thanks!

(01 Jun, 08:12) HansTSD
  • Click the icon in the Related Info column for the patch
  • Select Content Info
  • Select the link in the Patch Text column (it will have the Product Version plus Release Notes Information. i.e., SQLAnywhere 17.0 SP1 PL02 Build 6933 Release Notes Information
  • Click the link in the Attachments column

There may be multiple attachments listed but these are generally will be the same. Exceptions are when there is a gap in the release dates for a given platform.

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answered 01 Jun, 07:30

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So the sqlasupport.sap.com resource is discontinued unfortunately?

In my understanding, this was a public bugfix reference whereas the information in the SAP Support Portal apparently requires a valid support contract.

(01 Jun, 07:47) Volker Barth
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I am investigating the sqlasupport.sap.com status.

(01 Jun, 08:09) Chris Keating
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