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Creating seperate forums for different versions of the API?

Does it make sense to seperate the SBO SDK forums by version? I keep banging my head against example code that works in 6.5 but not 2004.

What does everyone else think?

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    Posted on Feb 14, 2005 at 04:22 PM


    Maybe in the subject we write something like

    UI 6.5 <subject>

    DI 6.5 <subject>

    That way, we don't have to search in 2 foruns, because in the next release, it comes another forum, and another,...

    Ribeiro Santos

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      I think posting the UI and DI version number is a great start. Personally, I wouldn't be too bothered by having to pre-select the forum corresponding to the version of the API I was working in if it helped weed out example code that didn't apply.

      Many message boards have code snippets that categorize by language and version to help people navigate to examples that work. Some of you have been working with the APIs from the start and I am sure it's easy for you to recognize which API code snippets are from. I am just starting to get to grips with the API and I would love it if I could be assured that I was working with code that works in the 2004 version.

      Just some thoughts to help organize all of the awesome contributions on the forum. Thank goodness for the genorosity of all the contributors!

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