• Subject: RE: V4R4 CUM 9229 * Warning *
  • From: "Mark A. Manske" <manske@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 16 Sep 1999 09:07:47 -0500
  • Disposition-Notification-To: "Mark A. Manske" <manske@pconline.com>
  • Importance: Normal

Larry,

Our letter is dated 8/9/1999....we have been "ahead" of the game for ptf's
as we had numerous
"opportunities" with client access, sql, and query that we cleaned up with
the most recent ptfs.




> Interesting; I JUST looked at my letter for that cum, NO mention of it on
my
> letter,

  When is your letter dated??  The one I read is dated Tuesday.

> OSP LODPTF MSGCPF3908 AFTER UPGRADING FROM V4R1M0 TO V4R4M0

  Could mean though that this was when it was discovered. Not just
that it affects only these people....

> up the group PTF of SF99104 (a rather large ptf too of 170 fixes)

  Good policy. The last customer I upgraded had not just the CUM, the
DB Group (99104) and at least 5 more CD's with PTFs that their ERP
vendor suggested!!

  This group is available for V4R3 (SF99103) and V4R2 (SF99102) as
well and I believe they are all updated weekly.

> Isn't it comforting to see that IBM ships out different documentation.

  Actually........

  - Larry

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