4D v11 SQL (version 11.3) – Not ready for primetime

So, here we are, moving everything to the latest and greatest version of 4D (version 11.3), and things are behaving a little erratically. Some sudden crashes. Some unexplained behavior. Some compatibility problems.

So, now there is a version 11.3 hotfix with more than 60 bugs addressed.

I’m not sure just how stable this newest version of 4D actually is, and if we will be able to use this new “hotfixed” version in the mission critical world of healthcare just yet. Time will tell.

Even so, most of KIP has been converted to this new version, and we plan to start using it in one of our beta facilities in the next few weeks. Hopefully, the majority of the crashes, bugs, and oddities have been addressed – but you never know.

It has been exciting, seeing just what this new version is capable of, and the deeper we get into it, the more ideas we get as to how to make KIP better.

But for now, we will have to go slowly until the stability of 4D v11 has proven itself.

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