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Maintenance-Release 8.6.7 published, containing important changes and fixes

The latest update for the 8.6-branch brings many detail improvements and fixes, among others, in the areas Windows, MS SQL Server and TableSets. Also BlueClone has received many, many small and neat improvements.


In the Windows area, there are improvements with CredSSP authentication (separated DB/SAP instance). MS SQL Server now supports automatic creation of secondary indexes for speeding up BDLS. Furthermore, a problem has been fixed, when special characters in the password were used for mounting the sapmnt share.

 

A bunch of changes in our TableSets were required, since more and more new tables were introduced by Support Packages rather than by NetWeaver Release. This makes a bijective maintenance according to SAP Releases more difficult for us.

 

We recommend every customer to take the update promptly, especially when using an early 8.6 release.

 

You can find all details about the changes in our release notes, which can be found in the protected customer area.


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