I wonder when the next ORD update is to be released? I guess it will run on Microstation CE update 14, won't it?
Is there any official schedule for releasing software?
I've been told October for new ORD Adam.
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have you heard if this one will be backwards compatible with 2020 R2, or will it be a completely different data structure (like some of the other versions)?
There are some advantages to the CE 14 update, but I can't afford to get "ahead" of our DOT clients.(But I know y'all know how we feel about that)
Thanks for the ETA!
Power GeoPak 08.11.09.918Power InRoads 08.11.09.918OpenRoads Designer 2021 R2
Yes, next OpenRoads Designer CONNECT Edition update runs on Microstation CONNECT Edition 14. It's not officially scheduled yet, but it’s expected to be soon.
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Mary, I have seen the next update referenced a number of times now as a 10.09.##.##, which would seem to indicate that this will include a schema change. The sources on this are nothing official or formal, but from a couple of our DOT clients who are hoping it addresses some concerns they have.
ORD - 10.11.00.115 / 10.10.21.04 / 10.10.01.03 / 10.08.01.33Power GEOPAK / Power InRoads - 08.11.09.918Civil 3D - 2021 / 2022
I've been told there is some significant changes but not whether these changes will mean it not backward compatible. I would assume all 2020 versions would be compatible but that just a finger in the air