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How to Read HotFix version numbers for v9

  • 1.  How to Read HotFix version numbers for v9

    Posted 01-25-2013 01:11 PM
    The HotFix numbers are read as follows: The first digit is the last number of the year The second, third and forth digits are the number of the day of the year (the Julian day) The fifth is the ServicePack release. (GA = 1, SP1 = 2) The sixth digit is the build number. For example 235-561: in 2012 on the 355th day of that year for ServicePack 5 and it was the 1st Build 235-561 was released on Dec 21, 2012


  • 2.  How to Read HotFix version numbers for v9

    Posted 01-25-2013 01:39 PM
    This is good info.  There are also some KBE articles on this.  The latest is here.


  • 3.  How to Read HotFix version numbers for v9

    Posted 01-25-2013 05:03 PM
    I have to say that December 21st 2012 was a very extensive "building day".


  • 4.  How to Read HotFix version numbers for v9

    Posted 01-28-2013 05:08 AM
    Are you sure about this? I always thought that the last but one digit indicates the service pack level. You have to substract 1 and then this number gives you the service pack. Thus ***-261 means SP5 HF1


  • 5.  How to Read HotFix version numbers for v9

    Posted 01-28-2013 02:51 PM
    Hi Robert, I made and adjustment to the post above. You're correct about the ServicePack level.


  • 6.  How to Read HotFix version numbers for v9

    Posted 04-19-2013 10:58 AM
    New Versioning in V10: x.y.z-pre+build.nnn x = Major (main release) y = Minor (minor release) z = Service Pack (patch) -pre = Pre-Release (optional). For example: -dev (developer build) or -beta (beta version) nnn = Hotfix (build number)


  • 7.  How to Read HotFix version numbers for v9

    Posted 04-19-2013 01:28 PM
    Thanks for the update Dwight, I moved the info into a new post. http://community.uc4.com/discussion/232/how-to-read-version-for-v10#latest