Please be aware that the SAP SQL Anywhere Forum will be shut down on August 29th, 2024 when all it's content will be migrated to the SAP Community.

According to the DCX start page, DCX is said to close end of December 2023 and all previous doc sets including archived version 10.0.1 to 16 are provided on SAP Help Portal.

I just wanted to check whether DCX comments are contained there, too, because they often contain annotations and corrections to the released documentation.

I noticed that older doc sets seem to be provided just as PDF downloads, not as searchable topics like 17.0.0 and 17.1.0.

Is that by design? If so, why?

asked 18 Sep '23, 07:51

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edited 19 Sep '23, 02:46


Volker,

The DCX content will only be retained as PDFs. The effort to port from DCX to SAP Help is non-trivial. I will investigate extracting the comments.

Thank you for your feedback.

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answered 18 Sep '23, 12:34

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Hm, then the hint to "update one's bookmarks" is somewhat misleading, at least for v16 and below — how would I set a bookmark on a website hosting a complete PDF archive?

That being said, I'm very glad I still can use my bookmark to this forum's questions... - and thanks for taking care of the comments. :)

(18 Sep '23, 12:47) Volker Barth
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