The hiccup we have here when upgrading to 9.2 on our test environment was that we are running a IASPHA (High Availability) and had a lot of problems with it. I suggest before you start upgrading with an IASPHA figure out a way to turn it off to save you time and headaches.. If we would've known the pain with the IASPHA we would never have turned it on..

Thanks,

Jeff Griffin
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From: MAPICS-L [mailto:mapics-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Morrison, Doug
Sent: Wednesday, October 12, 2016 10:08 AM
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Subject: [MAPICS-L] XA 9.2

I'm am looking to upgrade to 9.2 in January. I wanted to find out if anyone had any big issues during or after the upgrade. What green screen options go away, if any? We are not looking at activing the efinancials yet, we just want to get the upgrade to 9.2 done. Is PCM level 4237 the right level to be at to do the 9.2 upgrade?

Thanks for any input
Doug

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