You can go from either V5R1 to V5R2 or V5R3, and then from whichever
release you installed last to V5R4.

You need to be aware about the time zone issue that is often forgotten, as
to first traverse to V5R3.

I have a common pitch and an article that I can forward if you send me
private e-mail.


Al Barsa, Jr.
Barsa Consulting Group, LLC


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e gads

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I have a client that would like to upgrade the model 270 from V5R1 to V5R4.

I am remembering an article that stated the system had to be brought V5R3
first, then to V5R4.

Where can I find the correct procedures or article concerning the upgrade?

Dave Willenborg
Omaha NE
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