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The OpenEdge 10.2A Beta website is now open for those
customers wishing to register for the beta program. The beta program is scheduled to run from 14
July through 1 December, 2008.
The focal point of OpenEdge 10.2A is commercialization of
the OpenEdge Advanced GUI. In addition, OpenEdge 10.2A includes enhancements to
OpenEdge DataServers and improved interoperability with SonicMQ, as well as
support for Windows 64-bit.
As a beta program
member you will be amongst the first to test-drive this important software
release prior to its commercial availability. Not only does this gives you an
early opportunity to see how the new capabilities provided by this release
might fight into your product strategy, but you also provide a valuable service by
helping to ensure the overall quality and functional completeness of the
features provided with this release.
I therefore encourage as many members of the Progress community as possible to register for the Beta program.
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