V1.7.4 backwards compatibility


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Larry Caylor
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Will version 1.7.4 of the enterprise server support prior versions (e.g. 1.7.3.5) of the client application or does verything need to be upgraded at the same time?

-Larry
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Hi Larry.

Yes, the new version is 100% backward compatible. So, to implement new features, you actually would have to change the code to swap over to the new streaming.
Larry Caylor
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Great! That makes things easier.

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