SAP Versioning Policy and Maintenance Strategy for Sybase Database & Technology Products
Customer Letter on SAP Versioning Policy and Maintenance Strategy for Sybase Database & Technology Products
Sybase products affected by the JRE security vulnerability when converting "2.2250738585072012e-308" to a binary floating point number
This document addresses the Oracle, HP and IBM security advisories for the JRE runtime environment hang when converting “2.2250738585072012e-308” to a binary floating point number
Versioning Policy for Sybase Products
New consistent product versioning scheme being implemented for specific Sybase data management products.
Using Sybase ETL to transfer from Oracle to Sybase IQ
This whitepaper demonstrates how to insert data into Sybase IQ from Oracle Server, using ETL
Check list for Migrating to IQ 15.x from earlier versions of Sybase IQ
This document gives basic summary checklist when you like to migrate your IQ environment to IQ 15.x from older IQ environment. IQ 15.x offers wide range of functionality and features and migration process is simple, but different from previous versions.
SYBASE CUSTOMER ADVISORY: Migrating IQ database using iqunload –au may result in incorrect data in system tables and/or referential integrity violations
Customers who have migrated their IQ servers to IQ 15, 15.0 ESD 1, 15.1 or 15.1 ESD 1 using ‘iqunload –au’ are notified that, in rare cases, migrated system tables may contain incorrect metadata.
dscp and dsedit in SDK/Open Server 15.0 ESD#13
Using the utilities dscp on all platforms and dsedit on Windows from SDK/Open Server 15.0 ESD#13 to modify or delete an existing server entry in the interfaces file corrupts the interfaces file.
Error installing Sybase IQ 12.6 with sybinstall on Linux
This document describes how to work around an error that may be returned by the sybinstall utility when installing Sybase IQ 12.6 on Linux.
Important Information about Sybase IQ 12.4.3 EBF #9 on Solaris
There is an error in the cover letter for Adaptive Server IQ 12.4.3 EBF0009 for 64-bit Solaris using multiplex. This TechNote explains what to do about it.