When launching a product "in the wild" require to know what you release, which & when. This may seem trivial, but in a great development environment can be complicated.Take, for example, a method where ten developers are working in parallel on a piece of code. When you will build & launch a version of the method, how to know what changes have been checked? By releasing multiple versions of the same method to multiple clients & start to document bugs, three months later, how do you know which version the error occurs in?How to know which version to upgrade to solve the problem? Hopefully your version control method have been described as every component of your code with a one-of-a-kind identifier when a customer contacts you, you can reverse the source version
method select which version they have.Besides its exchange control method will permit you to identify the changes for that version of the method so that you can identify the cause of the problem & correct it. Their control method changes You must also register the product version that contains the revision & therefore you can update all clients on the correct version.Normally, you ought to track the following items for each version:
• The version number of the release
• The date of release
• The purpose of the release (maintenance, bug fixes, tests, etc.)
• For each program component within the release:
• the name & version number of the component
• the date it was last modified
• any type of control that confirms the integrity of each module
Controls the release should be applied in development as well as abroad. When the development team press a product to the check team, you must follow a controlled technique. This ensures that teams are working on the same underlying product defects that are being tracked & resolved against a particular, the construction & that there is minimal delay in the resolution of defects.
Verification and Smoke Testing:
An important part of the monitoring method of liberation is to verify the basic functionality of a particular release. Often, errors in construction, assembly or compilation method can lead to errors in given release. Spending time to identify & isolate these faults is frustrating & pointless because they are basically objects of poor construction.A statement should be checked for basic functionality by using "smoke tests". That is, before is passed to any other group, the team responsible for building a release must execute a series of simple tests to decide that the release is working properly. This catch gross malfunctions quickly & avoid any delay in releases. These tests can be automated under construction / release method & the results basically checks before the release is sent.Smoke testing The term comes from the electronics industry. If an engineer designs a circuit or electrical process of the first check to do is connect the power briefly & turn it on. If the smoke comes out then you switch it off & return to the drawing board (or solder). smoke appears then is fundamentally nice & you can try some more tests on it to see if working properly. The same principle can be applied in program development.
A statement must be verified to complete well.Often, emissions can be built without a database or configuration file that is necessary. Part of
the release method should be a simple check that verifies that all components are expected present in a statement. This can be completed by maintaining a separate list of components needed which can be automatically against an individual building to decide if something is missing.
A very valuable piece of documentation that is often forgotten in the projects is a set of release notes. Accompanying each version should be a short series of notes that details (in plain English) changes in the technique or product with this release.The main reason for the inclusion of release notes is to help set expectations with finish users. By including a list of "known issues" with a particular release can focus attention on important areas of the release and keep the same number reported again and again.If the release is a Beta version of tester / clients of the notes may also include some notes on how finish users can expect voting record and what type of information to be provided. If the release is a version of normal production, then the notes should be more formal and legal hold and the license information and information on how to contact support.
Release Notes: APR SDK v126.96.36.199
Scope of delivery
This press release picture file contains four separate file:
documentation file - this file contains all the necessary architecture and
installation documentation for the SDK.
SDK installation file - This file is intended to be installed by users who need a
desktop version of the application.
SDK binaries - an executable file that contains only the 'parts of the SDK
This file is intended for people who intend to integrate the SDK in to an application.
1. Threadpool varying sizes of the pool through the registry is not enabled
An interim multi-threading model used a series of adjustments in a registry key to permit for changes in be made to the number of threads obtainable for the SDK. These settings are no longer used and configuration threading model is set in the SDK.
2. Removing ABR.DLL
Some functionality pre-processor was contained in a separate DLL for historical reasons --
ABE DLL file \.