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SQL Maestro Group / News / All company news / New Version Format

New Version Format

Sep 1, 2005

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When setting product versions, we have accepted the following principles for version format:

  • the first figure of the product version stands for the year of release;
  • the second figure of the version is meant to indicate the month of the current version release.

For example, MySQL Maestro 5.4 (former version 1.9) indicates that the version was released in April 2005.

Please refer the present news item for checking out whether your current product version is the latest one released.

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