CRPence wrote:
FWiW I am confident there was no V1R1M1, but that there was a R01M02,
which would retroactively be referred to as V1R1M2. And IIRC that was
the release that [was created specifically to] officially introduce the
5728-ST1 SQL/400 product. Admittedly, naming the first 'point release'
with 2 instead of 1 makes it confusing. Not any more confusing than
V3R0M5 which started with a modification level 5 _and_ additionally
introduced the first zero level release. :-)

Regards, Chuck

Chuck,

My mistake, you're correct, it was release 1.2

I found an old IBM document with the following info:

Release 1.2
...announced on June 21, 1988 with a planned availability of November
25, 1988,...

New for This Release:
IBM Structured Query Language/400 5728-ST1
IBM AS/400 Communications Utilities 5728-CM1
IBM AS/400 Pascal 5728-PS1
IBM AS/400 Cryptographic Support 5728-CR1



Keith

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