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Caché Release Notes and Upgrade Checklist
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Preface : 
 
A.1 General Licensing Notes
A.2 Application Use Of InterSystems Web Server
 
Chapter 1: 
 
1.1 Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP)
1.2 Microsoft Volume Shadow Copy (VSS) Integration
1.3 Support for Microsoft Integrated Windows Authentication for HTTP Connections
1.4 SSH Enhancements
1.5 New and Enhanced Features for Caché 2018.1.3
1.6 New and Enhanced Features for Caché 2018.1.2
1.7 New and Enhanced Features for Caché 2018.1.1
Chapter 2: 
 
2.1 Important Considerations
       2.1.1 Compatibility
       2.1.2 Technology Previews
       2.1.3 Field Test
2.2 Upgrade Specifics
       2.2.1 Classes
       2.2.2 Routines
       2.2.3 Cached Queries
       2.2.4 Web Services and SOAP
Chapter 3: 
 
3.1 Administrators
3.2 Developers
       3.2.1 Class Changes
       3.2.2 Debugging Changes
       3.2.3 Terminal Changes
       3.2.4 DeepSee Changes
       3.2.5 Language Binding Changes
       3.2.6 Security Changes
       3.2.7 System Changes
3.3 New Compatibility Changes in Caché and Ensemble 2018.1.3
       3.3.1 System — Maximum Frame Depth Reduced on UNIX 32-bit systems
       3.3.2 Language Bindings.ActiveX — Action Required to Fix Lock Problem
       3.3.3 Installation — Upgrading a Windows System Will Not Re-create USER Namespace if it was Deleted
       3.3.4 System — Support Longer Strings in Legacy %ZEN.Auxiliary.jsonProvider
       3.3.5 Ensemble Production — Custom Subclasses of EnsLib.HTTP.GenericMessage May Require Changes
       3.3.6 Ensemble Production — New X12 Validation May Impact Previously Ignored Flags
       3.3.7 Ensemble Production — Changes in Message Bank Storage for HTTP Messages
       3.3.8 Ensemble Production — Ens.Utl.XML.SecuritySignature Changes
       3.3.9 Ensemble Production — Developers Using Studio Need Additional Privilege
       3.3.10 Ensemble Production — SOAP Outbound Adapter Changes


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