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ServiceCenter 5.1 or 6?

ServiceCenter 5.1 or 6?

ServiceCenter 5.1 or 6?

We currently run on SC 5.0.3 (we have 5.1.3 on our servers)...  We're thinking about upgrading soon, but wonder if the jump to version 6.0.1 is worth it.. The thing is that we really developped around 5.x and we wonder if the changes will take effect in the new versions without too many settings and adjustements.  Does anyone have a solution or a place where I could find more info on that?

RE: ServiceCenter 5.1 or 6?

sc6 means .... application level 5.1, but a lot of changes in the binaries. But at synergy, 6.1 should be available , with some major changes. So for my point of view, it make no sense to upgrade to 6.0.x, because there are a lot of known problems ... printing, forms designer and so on

RE: ServiceCenter 5.1 or 6?

Thanks for the tip! Do you know when 6.1 will be released??

RE: ServiceCenter 5.1 or 6?

arround synergy .. so june / july this year

RE: ServiceCenter 5.1 or 6?

Hi dx111ge,

We are thinking of upgrading to sc6. Can you please elaborate on the known problems you mentioned? If we would do upgrade, we certainly would like to be prepared...


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