We have just upgraded from 3.5.1 to Aurora 2.2. We had a similar amount of
modifications to Randy and this was the first time we have upgraded in 10
years. Our users have been used to JBA Explorer but since moving to Aurora
2.2 just a couple of weeks ago the users have complained that Workspace is
very slow. We are testing one user out on emulation alone. I would like to
keep Workspace from a point of view that it is easier to administer in terms
of security and you can combine all sorts of applications under one
Has anyone else experienced such problems? If so what actions have been
taken to overcome this or have some people just gone back to Green On Black?
From: system21-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:system21-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
On Behalf Of Randy Stratton
Sent: 26 September 2007 19:10
To: System 21 Users
Subject: Re: [SYSTEM21] Upgrade to Aurora
We upgraded to Aurora 2.2 from 3.5.2 SP3. We started in April of 2006 with
Infor loading the software into a test environment and also loading
Workspace onto a file server. We then started a full testing in the month
of June, verified if we needed to retro fit our modifications (we have about
150 modifications, only a handful are large), then did the retro fits and
re-tested in the months of July and August. Once everything was verified
that it worked at least as good as it did on 3.5.2 SP3, we then had Infor
convert the data base to live on Saturday, September 16, 2006 and on Monday,
September 18, 2006 we went live. We had no major issues, a few minor issues
with Workspace, however we were 6 ptf's behind, we applied these and it
fixed the issue we were having. It has now been just over 1 year and
everything is still running well.
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