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I should probably know the answer 'cause I wrote it, but I don't know who's seen it... have you?

As Glenn notes, the article is here:

asked 01 Jul '10, 16:57

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Great article - as expected. But no "wired features" this time?

(02 Jul '10, 22:30) Volker Barth

The article is indeed on, it's listed as one of the white papers for the SQL Anywhere 12 release.

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answered 02 Jul '10, 15:00

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Two of my features made Breck's list (#5 and #9)! Woo!

(02 Jul '10, 17:29) Graeme Perrow

I couldn't find it. Breck... can you post a link?

I did find Glenn's cool article about the all the changes between version 9 and version 12.

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answered 02 Jul '10, 13:11

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Thanks for the comment and link, Ron. I revised that post a little this morning to include a few things in the list that I overlooked.

(02 Jul '10, 15:02) Glenn Paulley

No, I have only read about it on your blog in March but not yet found the document itself. Be sure I would like to read it.

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answered 01 Jul '10, 19:03

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Haven't seen it so far...

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answered 02 Jul '10, 12:35

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Nice article! I read it last night.

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