The SQL Anywhere Blog Center has links to blogs maintained by Sybase iAnywhere executives, employees, and developers who exchange
views and ideas about using SQL Anywhere and related technologies. Visit the Blog Center at http://iablog.sybase.com/sqlanyblogs.php.
The SQL Anywhere Forum is a website where you can ask and answer questions about the SQL Anywhere software, and comment and
vote on the questions of others and their answers.
When you post a message on the forum, always provide details about your problem, including the build number of your version
of SQL Anywhere. You can find this information by running the following command: dbeng12 -v.
iAnywhere Solutions has no obligation to provide solutions, information, or ideas on the SQL Anywhere Forum, nor is iAnywhere
Solutions obliged to provide anything other than a systems operator to monitor the service and ensure its operation and availability.
iAnywhere Technical Advisors, and other staff, assist on the forum when they have time. They offer their help on a volunteer
basis and may not be available regularly to provide solutions and information. Their ability to help is based on their workload.
DocCommentXchange is a website where you can read the SQL Anywhere documentation, leave questions or feedback on the documentation,
and read the documentation questions and replies of others. Visit DocCommentXchange at http://dcx.sybase.com.
The SQL Anywhere Tech Corner gives developers easy access to product technical documentation. You can browse technical white papers, FAQs, tech notes,
downloads, techcasts, and more to find answers to your questions as well as solutions to many common issues. See http://www.sybase.com/developer/library/sql-anywhere-techcorner.
The following table contains a list of the developer centers available for use on the SQL Anywhere Tech Corner: