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Re: TR PTF question



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Paul,

You will need to put TR5 on all your systems by lunch tomorrow or else. You should almost be done already, yes??? :-)

OK Actually if the pre-req is just MF99004 then that's what you need. Frequently today they are asking us to put on MF99005 as it "fixes a lot of things" but just because you put on either ..4 or ..5 doesn't require you to put on the TR level that is associated with the MF PTF. It's not a bad idea, but given what you guys do I'd likely want to test the TR group first. :-)

- Larry "DrFranken" Bolhuis

On 10/23/2012 2:01 PM, Paul Fenstermacher wrote:
I'm know this issue has been beaten to death many times but humor me. I have SF99707 Level 3 installed on a system and need to apply a PTF that has MF99004 at a TR REQ TYPE. Does that mean I only need to load and apply MF99004 or would I need to load and apply TR4 or I guess TR5 now that it's out? Thanks.


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