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What are the end of support dates for SQLA 10 and 11? What is the End of Life date?

I have found one for ASE at but i can't find a similar one for SQLA.



asked 29 Jul '10, 06:22

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When we DO announce an end of engineering, we always provide at least a 1 year notice. We just shipped version 12 for Windows, Linux and Mac. We typically support 2 active versions. Therefore, you might expect that version 10 end of engineering could be announced in the not too distant future, to actually take place a year later.

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answered 29 Jul '10, 14:29

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edited 29 Jul '10, 17:22

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Mark Culp

AFAIK, SQL Anywhere 10.0.1 and 11.0.1 are "active" versions and have no publicly known End of Life date.

In the past, iAnywhere has usually supported at least 2 active major versions. E.g. 8.0.x was EOLed January 2008 and 9.0.x January 2010.

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answered 29 Jul '10, 08:45

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One might extrapolate that V10 will go EOL in January 2012, and V11 in January 2014.

(29 Jul '10, 09:43) Breck Carter

Yeah, but the world is EOL in December 2012 anyway.

(29 Jul '10, 22:16) Calvin Allen

@Calvin - Ah, that's useful information - deals with a few issues I was concerned about!

(04 Aug '10, 10:48) Justin Willey
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