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Finding out more and providing feedback

Finding out more

Additional information and resources, including a code exchange, are available at the iAnywhere Developer Network at [external link]

If you have questions or need help, you can post messages to the Sybase iAnywhere newsgroups listed below.

When you write to one of these newsgroups, always provide detailed information about your problem, including the build number of your version of SQL Anywhere. You can find this information by entering dbeng10 -v at a command prompt.

The newsgroups are located on the news server. The newsgroups include the following:

Newsgroup disclaimer

iAnywhere Solutions has no obligation to provide solutions, information, or ideas on its newsgroups, 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 as well as other staff assist on the newsgroup service when they have time available. They offer their help on a volunteer basis and may not be available on a regular basis to provide solutions and information. Their ability to help is based on their workload.


We would like to receive your opinions, suggestions, and feedback on this documentation.

You can email comments and suggestions to the SQL Anywhere documentation team at [external link] Although we do not reply to emails sent to that address, we read all suggestions with interest.

In addition, you can provide feedback on the documentation and the software through the newsgroups listed above.