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!
Microstation 08.11.09.919Power GeoPak 08.11.09.918Power InRoads 08.11.09.918
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 - 10.10.21.04 / 10.10.01.03 / 10.09.0.91 / 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