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Version Numbers Vs. Patch Levels For Web Tools

Former Member
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I have noticed that version numbers for Web Tools such as 620, 621, 622, 624, 625, 627, and 628 correspond somehow to the patch level (6, 8, 10, etc.). What is the difference between the version numbers and patch levels, and which ones match up with which?

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Former Member
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Hi Michael,

Prior to p10, the last digit of the version corresponds to the patch level.

From p10 going forward, the last set of digits represents the patch.

Patch 10 is 2007.0.630.10

Patch 11 will be 2007.0.631.11

The version will only change if there are upgrade scripts that need to run for the patch.

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Are you expecting multiple version changes after 631? Do you have an upgrade timeline?

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Ultimately, the goal is to have our patches coincide with B1 patches.

This means there should be a patch every month. Most of these patches should be far less invasive than the patches released during Ramp-Up.

Right now, there is a feature pack scheduled to enter ramp-up in the last quarter of this year. This will contain a few new features and bug fixes which require greater regression testing.

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Would you recommend installing the production/development/test environments with each successive patch/upgrade?

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Also, seeing as you're out of ramp-up, what is the first official non-ramp-up version of Web Tools 2007?

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2007.0.630.10.

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