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UI API Behavior Changes when Service Pack is applied


We have developed a solution for SAP Business One version 6.50.52 EF:00

But we have downloaded from the Portal a Service Pack that upgrades the system to version 6.50.52 EF:04

But our solution doesn't works because some events changed with this Service Pack.

For example, when we try to disable a Button on a user form the next Error Code appears:


This happens for every button and text box when we try to disable it. That's so far what we found.

Is there some kind of technical information for every change between Service Packs?

Because we need some documentation to avoid debugging in the programs to fix the changes between every Service Pack that we apply to SAP Business One.



L. Ivan Juarez A.

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  • Posted on Apr 28, 2004 at 10:14 AM

    Hi Iván,

    there should be a file named "info_file.txt" in the root directory of the ZIP file listing all the changes in SBO + the APIs, if any.

    If not, please report this issue on SMP.

    In addition to that, please also report the change in behavior in SMP so that development either can explain the new "feature" (and maybe create a note for this question) or fix the bug, if it is one.

    Thanks anyway for reporting it here as well!



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