Configuration Server 8.5.x Release Notes
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This release includes only resolved issues.
This release contains the following resolved issue:
This release restores backward-compatible behavior by having Configuration Server perform the following byte conversions: 0x60 to 0x60+0x60 and 0x27 to 0x60+0x22, as it did in releases prior to release 8.5.100.06. These conversions are reverted when the strings are read from the database, resulting in no adverse effects on the CS and its clients.
Configuration Server 8.5.100.06 inadvertently disabled these conversions in cases where these bytes were used as trailing bytes of double-byte characters. This caused the loss of backward compatibility when Configuration Server was operating with pre-existing data.
- Configuration Server is running in single-language (traditional) mode.
- Double-byte character encodings are used, namely Japanese, Chinese and Korean.
No special procedure is required to upgrade to release 8.5.100.07.