SQL Anywhere Technical Documents
The background story...
Updated November 24, 2012: More freshly-discovered articles added.
Updated November 23, 2012: One earlier article and several new blog posts added.
Updated July 29, 2012: Many blog posts, patents and other articles have been added, and the xxx.yy numbers have been removed.
Updated June 24, 2012: Techwave 2003 presentations have been added and the authors column has been filled in.
Updated June 16, 2012: Techwave 2004 presentations have been added, plus row numbers along with the xxx.yy article numbers.
Updated June 5, 2012: Two recent articles plus the Techwave 2000 presentations have been added, and the Search GUI has been improved.
Updated May 21, 2012: Techwave 2005, 2002 and 2001 presentations have been added, as well as some more authors.
Updated May 14, 2012: Techwave 2006 presentations have been added as documents 176.01 through 176.15, including authors.
Updated May 10, 2012: Techwave 2007 presentations have been added as documents 208.01 through 208.24.
Updated May 8, 2012: Techwave 2008 presentations have been added as documents 238.01 through 238.18.
Updated April 26, 2012: Techwave 2009 presentations have been added as documents 266.01 through 266.14.
Updated April 24, 2012: Two new SQL Anywhere Insider articles, plus one old "First Edition".
Updated April 7, 2012: Techwave 2010 presentations have been added as documents 298.01 through 298.13.
Updated March 31, 2012: Techwave 2011 presentations have been added as documents 314.01 through 314.19.
March 19, 2012
Your first reaction might be, "Great Flaming [redacted] of Fire, why isn't all this in the Help?"
Can't answer that, but here are the answers to some other questions you might have...
- Yes, these are all the SQL Anywhere tech docs and white papers, at least those from the main sybase.com mineshafts...
- ...with some exceptions: announcements, notices, bulletins, bug fixes, licensing details, certification reports, various listicles (components, requirements, platforms, links), and straight links to DCX topics have been left out.
- The article numbers are for your votes: "I recommend articles x, y and z!"
- Some effort was made to report the actual publication date as opposed to the published publication date.
- The version number column shows what was mentioned in the articles; many of the articles are relevant to other versions.
- There are some real gems way down deep; old does not necessarily imply worthless.