Please be aware that the content in SAP SQL Anywhere Forum will be migrated to the SAP Community in August and this forum will be retired.

Here are two promises: First, SQLA will continue operating in its current form for at least two months, and probably longer... perhaps much longer.

Second, if and when SQLA moves from StackExchange to some other platform, every effort will be made to preserve all of the existing data. This means all of the questions and answers and comments, plus (I hope) all of the login and profile information, all of the links, all of the pictures and so on.

Several (more than three) alternatives to StackExchange are being actively explored, some more actively than others; i.e., StackExchange 2.0 is at the bottom of the list but who knows? Maybe the Software-as-a-Service option will rise again ( "Look! In the sky! They're flying! The pigs are flying!" :)

So... in the meantime... everyone relax (me too!), and continue to use SQLA!

asked 19 Apr '10, 19:47

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It would be a shame if the uncertainty meant usage trailed off, so this is great news - not that anyone expected you to give in very easily Breck!!

(19 Apr '10, 20:49) Justin Willey

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answered 05 Aug '10, 16:06

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Just to add a non-plcaeholder answer:

According to the following question, SQLA will be supported on StackExchange at least until Wednesday, April 13, 2011.

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answered 05 Aug '10, 16:13

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