Summary of SPR Fixes in Arbortext 6.0 M050 release
Here’s the list of SPRs and enhancements added to a product release. We highly recommend you log in to the support site and read the release notes and SPR Fix document (login required).
Here’s a short summary, but all Arbortext products have been affected in the 6.0 M050 release. New features and fixes are part of this release. Platform support, browser support, languages and localization are all addressed in the release notes.
The 6.0 M040 release included new features. You must update your stylesheets to use this release. Ensure that you carry out the updates for stylesheets on all clients and servers in your environment, as necessary.
Fixes apply to Editor, Styler, Publishing, Publishing Engine, Import, the DITA application, XUI, and the PTC Server connection.
For details, read on….
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Arbortext 5.3 M210 Released, 208 pages. This is the last scheduled maintenance release of 5.3.
Generally, we’ll post the list of SPRs and enhancements added to a product release. However, this release affects all 5.3 releases from 5.3 F000 through 5.3 M200. As a result, the release notes document is 208 pages. If you want details, we highly recommend you log in to the support site and read the release notes (login required).
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PTC Product Calendar is online for PTC customers. It may include forecasted dates that can change without notice. Login required.
Wondering what the current maintenance release is or where your copy exists in the history of product releases?
Check out the Product Calendar on PTC.com (Printed copies should be checked against the original online.)
Take note, login is required. It’s for use by PTC customers for planning purposes only and any forecasted dates may change without notice. As they say on the page:
Release dates of final production versions of PTC products may be revised frequently; accordingly, you should not rely on this data for production or purchasing decisions.
However, it’s still great for finding out where your current deployed version falls into the release history. For anyone who wonders how many releases are out there, this is the place for you.
Just a reminder, if you’re looking for detailed product compatibility information, please refer to the relevant product’s Software Matrices in the Reference Document tool also online.