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Upgradation from ASA 9.0.1 to ASA 9.0.2

3 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2005-07-27 14:51:04.0Z
BOB Posted on 2005-07-27 06:06:58.0Z
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Hi,
We were developed our VB.Net application using ASA
9.0.1.1899 version and our development process is completed.
Now you have released the latest version ASA 9.0.2. Shall
we suggest our clients to get the latest version you have
released. is this required any changes in the code (
reference) or they can use it with out any changes. Kindly
suggest us that is there any other build also is needed to
update.
we are using the ML Synchronization and DBMLSync.EXE and
normal data operations using iAnywhere.Data.dll.
Expecting for the reply asap and thanks in advance.
with regards,
Bob


David Fishburn Posted on 2005-07-27 12:29:48.0Z
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Subject: Re: Upgradation from ASA 9.0.1 to ASA 9.0.2
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Bob wrote in news:42e7247c.3adc.1681692777@sybase.com
of ianywhere.public.general:

B> We were developed our VB.Net application using ASA
B> 9.0.1.1899 version and our development process is completed.
B> Now you have released the latest version ASA 9.0.2. Shall
B> we suggest our clients to get the latest version you have
B> released. is this required any changes in the code (
B> reference) or they can use it with out any changes. Kindly
B> suggest us that is there any other build also is needed to
B> update.
B> we are using the ML Synchronization and DBMLSync.EXE and
B> normal data operations using iAnywhere.Data.dll.
B> Expecting for the reply asap and thanks in advance.
B> with regards,

A maintenance release generally has:
1. A rollup of bug fixes since the 9.0.1 release
2. New features

If you are deploying in a production environment, I would always
thoroughly test my application against any release. Best find any
issues before a rollout.

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Breck Carter [TeamSybase] Posted on 2005-07-27 14:51:04.0Z
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In addition to what David said, 9.0.1.1899 is quite old.

IMO 9.0.2.3124 is nice and stable with lots of improvements. It
requires two downloads: the maintenance upgrade to 9.0.2 and the EBF
for build 3124.

Breck

On 26 Jul 2005 23:06:58 -0700, Bob wrote:

>Hi,
>We were developed our VB.Net application using ASA
>9.0.1.1899 version and our development process is completed.
>Now you have released the latest version ASA 9.0.2. Shall
>we suggest our clients to get the latest version you have
>released. is this required any changes in the code (
>reference) or they can use it with out any changes. Kindly
>suggest us that is there any other build also is needed to
>update.
>we are using the ML Synchronization and DBMLSync.EXE and
>normal data operations using iAnywhere.Data.dll.
>Expecting for the reply asap and thanks in advance.
>with regards,
>Bob

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