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For ERP LN feature pack upgrade, what method of install are you using?
Installation Wizard into existing VRC
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Installation Wizard into new VRC
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Manual into existing VRC
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Manual into new VRC
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Old 10th February 2002, 08:20
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How to Install Service Pack on Baan

Hello Everybody,

Can anybody please answer to following of mine queries

1> What are the steps in Baan to verify the version of Service Pack Baan is currently using

2> Please give me the detailed steps of how to install service packs on Baan. I want to install Service pack 5,6,7

3> Whether users are required to log out of Baan during Service pack installation

Thanx a lot

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Old 10th February 2002, 13:06
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Some answers

1) You could check the PMC sessions Process patches to see which service packs are installed.

2) The procedure how to install the Service Pack is always included in the Release Notes. Make sure you read these carefully as most of them require special preparation steps.

3) You should alway install a Service Pack with all users logged off.
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Other points to remember

Also be careful of which porting set you are using and in some cases the client software as well.

Plus always make sure you put aside plenty of time to work on the system as installing a service pack can take some time.
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Old 14th February 2002, 14:50
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Exclamation how about some testing?!

before you even think about loading a service pack, you need to do some testing. I just upgraded Baan5c from service pack 3 to SP6. Service pack 5 had some showstopping bugs which forced us to move to SP6 in one go.

Luckily we found all this out on the test environment!

We defined a proper test plan involving the most important business processes.

We have gone live this week with SP6 (+ a couple of extra patches, porting/tools sets etc) and all seems well.
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Originally Posted by patvdv View Post
1) You could check the PMC sessions Process patches to see which service packs are installed.

2) The procedure how to install the Service Pack is always included in the Release Notes. Make sure you read these carefully as most of them require special preparation steps.

3) You should alway install a Service Pack with all users logged off.


Hi,
can u tell me where can I found "Release Notes" for reading about Installation of Service Packs.
Please urgent...

Thanks!!!
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Old 30th November 2007, 17:01
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Baan: 5.0c - DB: SQL Server 2000 - OS: Win 2000
You can get the release notes from the Baan website (now www.infor365.com). You may have to look under Downloads or Knowledgebase but you should be able to find them.
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