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  1. Release Policy - Feature Life Cycle Management

    Cycle and the meaning of the feature status is available with the article Release Policy - Development Cycle Deprecation Cycle The Deprecation Cycle is the end-of-life cycle…
    Product Knowledge BaseMar 02, 2015
  2. How long will you support the different versions of JobScheduler and JADE?

    be provided to customers who subscribe to Version Support. End of Life Bug-fixes for a release will not be provided after this date. End of Life may also be triggered when…
    Product Knowledge BaseJan 26, 2015
  3. Released Features

    Information section. Released Features will be moved to the Deprecated Features list towards the end of their life cycle.…
    Product Knowledge BaseFeb 11, 2015
  4. Deprecated Features

    to six months in advance of removal. Deprecated Features become items of the Removed Features list at their end of life.…
    Product Knowledge BaseSep 07, 2014
  5. sos_product_maintenance_services_customers.pdf

    Maintenance: Responsibilities by Support Level Support Levels 6 General Terms for Product Maintenance: Product Life Cycle Product Life Cycle 7 General Availability End of Life ca. 6…
  6. JOC - Cockpit

    Scope JOC is turning towards its end of life and shall be replaced by a new component. The scope of the new JOC Cockpit is currently in discussion. Cockpit Functional…
    Product Knowledge BaseSep 07, 2014
  7. Feature Life Cycle Management

    Release Policy - Feature Life Cycle Management…
    Product Knowledge BaseMar 01, 2015
  8. What is the difference between "end" and "kill immediately"?

    JobScheduler Operations Center (JOC) provides two methods to end a running task. Both are reachable via the context menu of the task. End a task with the "end" command…
    Product Knowledge BaseOct 16, 2014
  9. Example with execution of a second job chain only if a specific job has ended successfully and first job chain is completed

    at the end of job chain1 and at the beginning of job chain 2. Job12 has a command on exit code=success which will create an order for job chain2. But the order will not start…
    Product Knowledge BaseOct 13, 2014
  10. Release Policy - Planning Cycle

    Scope Feature Life Cycle Management includes features being subject to a Planning Cycle: new features are planned and specified before being developed and included in future…
    Product Knowledge BaseMar 26, 2015