Sunday, October 12, 2008

First EBF for SQL Anywhere 11 Ships: 11.0.0.1490

Note: This is a re-posting of an item first posted on October 1... the Windows versions of the EBF had a problem with the installer but they're back now.
To get the latest Express Bug Fix for SQL Anywhere 11, go to here, click on SQL Anywhere, and scroll down to one of these choices:
Platform: Linux x86/Linux x64
SQL Anywhere - Express Bug Fix, Update of 11.0.0 to build 1490 (all components) - 11.0 - 01 Oct 2008 - EBF/Patch

Platform: Windows x64
SQL Anywhere - Express Bug Fix, Update of 11.0.0 to build 1490 (all components except SQL Anywhere for Windows CE) - 11.0 - 10 Oct 2008 - EBF/Patch

Platform: Windows x86
SQL Anywhere - Express Bug Fix, Update of 11.0.0 to build 1490 (all components except SQL Anywhere for Windows CE) - 11.0 - 10 Oct 2008 - EBF/Patch
Kudos on the fully-descriptive file names; e.g., SA11_Full-CE_x64.1100_1490_EBF.exe. Heads up on one part of the name, though: "Full-CE" doesn't mean "Full download for Windows CE", it means "Everything EXCEPT Windows CE".

Also shipping for the first time: SQL Anyhwhere 11.0 for MAC OS X.

3 comments:

stuffittrans said...

> "Full-CE" doesn't mean "Full download for Windows CE", it means "Everything EXCEPT Windows CE".

Agree - "Full_noCE" would be a better option :).

Bill said...

FYI: I downloaded the file dated 10 OCT and the windows installer will not run, whereas before the installer worked for us but after the EBF many things quit working. I have entered a Bug Report.

Bill said...

Sybase responded:

You cannot install this ebf because it is already installed. The ebf was pulled because their was a bug installing on systems running languages other than English. Since yours installed properly the first time you do not need to install the re-posted ebf.