Following is a list of product-wide additions introduced in version 11.0.0.
Error reporting enhancements On Windows, Windows Mobile, and Linux, when an error report is generated, a window appears where you can view the contents of the error report before choosing whether to submit it to iAnywhere. See Troubleshooting: Reporting an error in SQL Anywhere.
You can now configure the Support utility (dbsupport) using the -ce option, which sends an email when dbsupport is monitoring an application and that application crashes. See Support utility (dbsupport).
Additional Windows Mobile platform support SQL Anywhere now supports Windows Mobile 5 for smartphone and Windows Mobile 6 Standard edition. For information about running SQL Anywhere Server on Windows Mobile, see SQL Anywhere for Windows Mobile and Installation considerations: Limitations on Windows Mobile 5 and 6 for smartphone.
New table in the SQL Anywhere sample database (demo.db) A new table, MarketingInformation, has been added to the SQL Anywhere sample database. Each row in this table holds an HTML page describing a product in the Products table. This table was added to provide richer character data to query on when testing and trying out features. See SQL Anywhere sample database.
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