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Patches 008 withdrawn

Patches 10.3.01.008 and 9.7.05.008 are withdrawn from the download server. This is due to a serious bug in these patches that causes corruption of components when they are exported to a zip file and then imported back in from that zip file with $ude. If you already have patch 008 installed, then you can still continue to use it, but be warned that using a zip file for export/import with $ude will severely corrupt your components.

Any export from Uniface to a zipfile that was produced with the 008 patches should be discarded as importing it back in will corrupt the components in the repository.

Regular, non-zipped, export files are fine and can be used for import. The problem is only in the zip file.

The problem will be fixed in patches 10.3.01.009 and 9.7.05.009. These are expected to be released on December 28 or 29.

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