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BlueCopy 8.7 und GUI 3.7 released!

After the knock out in the Champions League, not only fans of FC Bayern can console themselves and have a reason to be happy again: We have released version 8.7 of BlueCopy and at the same time GUI V3.7. The fundamental revision of the admin documentation is also worth mentioning!


Highlights in V8.7 are, among others:

  • NetWeaver 7.5 Support
  • New DB/OS Combinations: MaxDB and Sybase, each now also in their Windows representation
  • Support for Oracle ASM
  • LibSSH2 now sends a keep alive every 60 s, against too eager firewalls

On the GUI side, there are many improvements, among others better handling of ssh keys.

 

Any more details can be found in our release notes, which we provide in our login area, as always. Have fun and success with your upcoming system copies!

 

Yours,
The Empirius Team


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