Dundas BI versioning
This article explains the Dundas BI versioning convention and where to find your Dundas BI version number.
2. Dundas BI Versions
All versions of Dundas BI are specified with four numbers (A, B, C and D) in the following format:
2.1. Major versions
A major release generally contains a wide range of new features in addition to all defect fixes addressed since the previous major release.
Examples: version 2.0, version 2.5, version 2.6
2.2. Minor versions
A minor release generally includes all defect fixes since the last minor release, and potentially a small number of new features.
Examples: version 7.0.1, version 7.0.2
2.3. Revision versions
A major or minor release may appear with a Revision number attached. A revision version is a replacement version for a major/minor release which generally incorporates a small number of high priority defect fixes.
Example: version 126.96.36.1996
3. Deployment application version
If you want to see the version numbers of the installer and the instances it creates, launch the Dundas BI Deployment application on your server computer. See the list of installed folders for help to find its location.
You can also launch the Deployment application from your Start menu if you have a Windows server.
On Windows, click About in the Deployment application to see the version information.
4. See also
- Dundas BI - Release Notes
- Upgrade an instance
- Managing licenses
- Dundas BI licensing
- Installing Dundas BI
- Application logs
- Edit your profile and change your password