Nov 6, 2009 at 3:53 AM
Edited Nov 6, 2009 at 3:55 AM
The version of rollup should not matter. They only address bugs and do not dramatically change the API used by the accelerators.
thanks Gary but "not dramatically change" is not the same as "guarenteed no changes and will not break anything else"
I'm looking at the feasability of using these accelerators for critical business processes.
I take it that it's a case of "ya does ya download, ya takes yer chances"? (in other words "Caveat emptor"?)
or (considering how much these accellerators are being pushed by Microsoft-employed DynamicsCRM evangelists as well as ISV's) is there a structured testing process to confirm compatability with each released Rollup?
this isn't a flippant question: we've got a case where Rollup7 has broken critical functionality (not an accelerator) that Rollup5 gave us. Our only course of action is raising a ticket with Microsoft to investigate further.