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The readme file for the newest EBF/SP seems incomplete, it does not list any fixes at all: alt text

(That should show a screen shot, but unfortunately, I got a permission denied while uploading...)

That does apply to the files both in the SAP Support Portal and in the EBF Readme Site.

EDIT: It does also apply to the local readme.html in the actual download for Windows, it's likewise rather "empty", just 4 KB.

So does SP now mean "Surprise Package"? :)

asked 06 Mar '17, 02:30

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Volker Barth
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edited 10 Mar '17, 03:43


We are investigating and will update the readme shortly.

(06 Mar '17, 10:53) Chris Keating

I know nothing about the readme problem but I did fix the problem with uploading stuff to the forum.

(09 Mar '17, 15:34) Graeme Perrow
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Hm, Graeme, it still cannot upload that file...

(10 Mar '17, 03:45) Volker Barth

Try renaming the file to have a .png extension (rather than .PNG).

(10 Mar '17, 11:58) Graeme Perrow

No, renaming the file to .png does not work, either.

(10 Mar '17, 12:34) Volker Barth

This issue has been resolved with an updated SP that is now available for download. There was no change to the software binaries just the readme file.

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answered 09 Mar '17, 16:48

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converted 10 Mar '17, 03:43

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Volker Barth

Thanks for the updated delivery!

FWIW, could you also exchange the readme file in the EBF readme site?

(10 Mar '17, 03:45) Volker Barth
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