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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by jgottlieb: ...get 7.2 and the SP2 disk. You'll save yourself tremendous headache.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>Could you be more specific?
What problems were solved by SP2?
I do know that some WR integration problems were solved.
Here's what I got at training:
7.0i was never meant to be a global release. The 'i' is for 'introductory' release. Meaning, only clients that absolutely positively had to have it...were supposed to get it. Sales were supposed to have new clients still receive 6.5, not 7.0i. 7.0i was released with known bugs, but that was to go hand-in-hand with a release that wasn't quite ready.
At least that's what was imparted to me in training.
I got 7.0i for my eval because I needed to eval the requirements piece. I'm sorry I can't be more specific with the issues list, I'm sure Merc's got a complete list available.