Hi Dan

I think this is a good idea - and I think much of it exists in some form. For SQL services there are tables that list them and have columns for the releases that tell when they came out. One example is at https://www.ibm.com/support/pages/ibm-i-services-sql - take a look and see if that provides what you are asking about. If not, maybe can you add something to the Idea that tells where you'd like to see this info. I am pretty sure that documentation for many system APIs have a statement at the end of when the API first appeared. There isn't a single location, though.

Anyhow, thanks for the Idea!


On 4/1/2024 8:30 AM, Dan Bale wrote:
Don't know about anyone else, but I was unable to vote from that link. Instead, I found it at https://ideas.ibm.com/ideas/IBMI-I-4032

- Dan

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Am 30.03.2024 um 18:35 schrieb Thomas Raddatz <thomas.raddatz@xxxxxx>:
But wouldn't it be better if IBM could add something like:
Available since:
* V7R3
* V7R2, TRx
* V7R1, TRy
Yes - I think that would be A LOT easier than scanning through all the Memo To Users and Release Notes.

I added an idea on the portal - maybe IBM will do something.

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