Paragraph 2)  Not it's not crazy.  Often customers are grateful that you 
insist on a newer version.  They like having yet another business reason 
to take to their management to upgrade.

Paragraph 3)  I agree.

Rob Berendt
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Dock 108
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Kendallville, IN 46755
http://www.dekko.com





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If your an application user and you upgrade to a new operating VR, then 
you 
have to test. If you apply PTFs to an already existing VR, you have to 
test.

If your a developer and want to upgrade to a new VR you have to be aware 
of 
what your customer VR spread is. If you are crazy, you will tell your old 
VR 
customers that you won't support them anymore. If your not in that state 
of mind 
you will come up with a scheme that will allow you to support multiple 
versions of your application.

My question: why all the waste words about retrofitting previous VRs with 
new 
features? It just wasted time. 

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