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IS and desktop version difference

IS and desktop version difference

IS and desktop version difference


I have couple of general question.

1)Can we connect and work on a IS which is 7.5.2 from a desktop which is 7.5.1?

2)Is it possible to move the objects from a project which is on a server 7.5.2 to a project which is on a server 7.5.1 using object manager? The projects are related.The server with one project is upgraded while the other is not.

Any information on this is greatly appreciated.


RE: IS and desktop version difference

1) Dont think so (It would be a 'NO' had I worked on those two versions).

2) Yes, but when you move the project and try to open it in the newer version it will throw up a dialog box asking you to 'Update' the metadata to match the IS MSTR version in the destination. In normal cases I would recommend the update but if you have web customizations and other complex reports that are version dependant, I would proceed with caution.

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