What does the version number mean for AutoPIPE or AutoPIPE vessel?
The full software version number consist of a 4 sections of two digit integers separated by a period character. See example here:
AutoPIPE V8i 09.06.01.015
Version number (ex. 09.06.01.05) broken down by sections:
AA = Major Enhancement release number. This two digit number changes with the release of a “major” upgrade.Applicable range is from “01” to “99”
BB = Minor Enhancement release number. This two digit number changes with the release of a “minor” upgrade.Applicable range is from “00” to “99”.
CC = Correction release number. This two digit number changes with the release of an “error correction” update. Applicable range is from “00” to “64”.
DD = Build iteration number. This two digit number is used to track the sequential and cumulative build progression of a software product through a specific development project.
There are 2 software releases for AutoPIPE: 1. Commercial edition and 2. QA edition.
Open the version of AutoPIPE that you have and review the readme notes. These notes pertain to that version regardless of the license option selected while using the software. If you have the QA edition, you would have access to the QA error reports that provides extreme details about open issues, fixed issues, etc...
To know which version you are using, open the software, select Help > About to see the 8 digit version and compare it against the listing here. Any version number that is bold and has an asterisk after it indicates it to be a QA version. All other versions listed are commercial versions.
Bentley AutoPIPE Release Notes