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Announcing the availability of OpenEdge 11.4

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TitleAnnouncing the availability of OpenEdge 11.4
URL Name000052802
Article Number000189607
Progress Software is pleased to announce the commercial availability of OpenEdge 11.4!
OpenEdge 11.4 brings many exciting features to the product.  These include Improved Mobile Application Development, Table Partitioning, ABL Unit Testing and tighter integration with Progress Pacific – including Rollbase and Corticon.
Additional enhancements and added functionality has been provided in OpenEdge DataServers, OpenEdge SQL Database, Progress Developer Studio for OpenEdge, OpenEdge Management/Explorer, OpenEdge ABL and OpenEdge Database Administration.
For additional information please see the OpenEdge 11.4 datasheet:
If you are still on Progress v9 or OpenEdge 10 there are even more reasons now to move up to OpenEdge 11.
For more information on upgrading to OpenEdge 11.4, contact your Sales Representative or Progress Customer Order Management.
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Last Modified Date8/18/2014 6:33 PM
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