Could the very handy shortcuts to the EBP / Service Pack readme files be updated for the latest releases? (see comments)

Can the readme page include links to the last 3 or 4 releases of currently supported versions - (ie older versions v16 as well as v17)

This page saves a huge amount of bother!

http://sqlasupport.sap.com/readme/index.html

Thanks

asked 02 Jul, 12:02

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Justin Willey
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edited 02 Jul, 12:50

AFAIK, they do - with a certain time lag:)

I agree it's a very handy (and S-USER-free...) summary..., and I have used those links in the past quite a few times here:)

So which one is obsolete?

(02 Jul, 12:19) Volker Barth
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Aggghhhh... Volker - it's been updated. I'm making a twit of myself here. When I went to it the other day it had a rather old v16 link, but now its up-to-date!! In order to save some face I'm going to have to rephrase my request: "Can the readme page include links to the last 3 or 4 releases of currently supported versions"

(02 Jul, 12:48) Justin Willey
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Do you ask for different versions the readme files, or are you more interested in the classic "Latest EBF overview" as was available in Breck's blog for years?

(For readmes, IMHO it is sufficient to have the latest available because it is easy to filter for changes between different builts...)

(02 Jul, 16:29) Volker Barth
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I'm making a twit of myself

Oh, oh, can't comment, too easy :)

But Boris you're not...

(04 Jul, 09:04) Breck Carter

It a good point - just a list of the other builds that were actually released would be sufficient.

(08 Jul, 17:39) Justin Willey

AFAIK, there's has been an update w.r.t. the state of the Secretary of State for F&CA...

(09 Jul, 11:35) Volker Barth
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