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How big is your Baan-DB (just Data AND Indexes)
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Old 14th March 2019, 18:39
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FP vs Release

3 Questions:

1. Can somebody explain the mapping between FP vs LN Release?
Example: Someone says, FP9 means Infor LN 10.3, FP22 means InforLN 10.6 .
Whats the exact is the mapping between FP0 to the present FP vs LN Release?

2. In Demo license of 30 days, Can somebody test the LN Studio Development (New Development - just for trial purpose)?

3. In the latest Infor LN (I guess release 10.6), has the 'Logo' in Report is resolved, (without workarounds of fonts or without using B2Win?). Can the Color Logos be printed on screen & Printer?
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Old 18th March 2019, 17:53
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Infor Ln FP vs Infor Ln Release

Appreciate if somebody can reply.
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Old 18th March 2019, 23:37
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Baan: LN, Vc&b, IVc4, IVc3, IVb, Triton 3.1b - DB: Informix 7.31 FC6, Oracle 7,8,9,10 - OS: HP-UX 11, AIX, Dynix/ptx 4.4.4
Original terminology was Feature Packs (FP 9) with number increasing. Then newer naming convention is Release (ERPLN 10.3).
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I think there's no real mapping scheme between FP and LN release. It's simply a changing in the naming convention of Infor.
See: Infor started with LN and FP-Upgrades (FP0 to FP8). With FP8 they changed the naming convention and changed FP8 to 10.2(.1). Since then Infor is naming the upgrades/releases by numbers. The next release has been called "10.3". It has been nicknamed "FP9" by the Infor community. LN 10.4 has been called FP10 sometomes.

I personally stopped calling the LN releases/upgrades feature pack with 10.4 onwards, so I could not map "FP22" to LN 10.6.

Direct mapping between FP and LN point release may be difficult, since Infor introduced the "in between" cloud releases. Maybe someone else can provide a mapping list.

As far as I know the name of the final LN version ever to be released will be "Baan Paradise". So this name may mark the end of the mapping scheme.
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