By Acshorten-Oracle on Jul 18, 2012
In the past the Oracle Utilities Application Framework V4.1 supplied Group Fixes (GF1 - GF4 have been released). In line with other Oracle products, Oracle Utilities Application Framework now releases cumulative Service Packs on a regular basis instead of Group Fixes.
Service Packs now include all the fixes since the original release since the product was initially released. For new customers, you can install the original released product from the Oracle Delivery Cloud and then the latest service pack via My Oracle Support to keep up to date with fixes, enhancements and new platforms.
Along with the Service Pack is a new version numbering scheme. If you are familiar with other Oracle products and Oracle technology you will recognize the new numbering scheme. The new version number format is as follows:
X.Y.Z is the version number of the product (as we originally quoted it). For example Oracle Utilities Application Framework V4.1 would be 4.1.0.
A is the Service Pack
B is reserved for special circumstances. Usually it is 0.
This means the new Service Pack brings Oracle Utilities Application Framework V4.1 up to 22.214.171.124.0 officially. This is extremely important as when you register a bug or enhancement you need to quote the official release number so that our engineers can target the problem or enhancement to the right version of the product.
Service Pack 1 is available for download from My Oracle Support at Patch 13967347.