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11/09/2009

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OK, so almost 2 years later, this becomes important to us.... Is it safe to say that if a vendor certifies their software for 6.1, it is certified for 6.1.1? Seems like same thing would apply to a vendor's testing that would apply to a customer's testing, right?
Thanks, sir!
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In answer to this question:

"Is it safe to say that if a vendor certifies their software for 6.1, it is certified for 6.1.1?"

The answer is absolutely YES. For every ISV I have ever seen, 6.1 certification, is enough to certify for 6.1.1. There are no specific needs to recertify when a new layer of the Licensed Internal Code is added.

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