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  • Browse Collection Fixes
    Performance improvements were made to the browse collections. For example, the browse collections were improved so that full table scans are no longer conducted for some fields and detail and master record examination is more efficient.
    Manage Materials for Production Line has improved performance when you enter a search condition on Work Order ID. Previously in that scenario, performance was slow.
    The Monitor Material Shortages collection browse no longer displays messages that indicate the system was not able to process your request.
    The Manage Materials for Production Line browse collection no longer defaults the site to JSN.
    CAC browse collections now calculate columns in order (one at a time) and apply search conditions by the order, resulting in improved response times when you search on certain fields. Previously, the browse collections calculated all calculated columns before applying search conditions. Also, the system calculated in more than one loop, causing slower response time for calculated columns and calculated fields.
    Release Notes for Version eB2.1 SP4 -2011 SE
    Planning and Scheduling Workbenches Version:
    Note: This release includes the Component Availability Check (CAC) role-based browse collections. For information on the browse collections, see Role-Based Browse Collections.
    Release Date: August 2011
    QAD eB2.1SP4 through QAD 2011SE
    NET UI 2.9.1 or 2.9.4 and associated server-side code
    Note: If you run a .NET UI version lower than 2.9.2, you should install the Cancel All Requests fix. See Install .NET UI Fix for Versions Lower than 2.9.2 in the Planning and Scheduling Workbenches Installation Guide, version for more information.
    Progress databases
    Note: Oracle databases are not supported at this time.
    Progress OE10
    Note: To run the workbenches, ensure that you run a Progress OE10 version that is compatible with your eB2.1 SP4-2011 SE and .NET UI 2.9.1 or 2.9.4 release combination.
    You obtain the Maintenance license key through the following Web site:
    In the Web URL, click the Generate License Key button to generate a license key, then follow the prompts to generate the license key. Once you select the Accept key, the system generates the key, displaying it on the Web URL screen, and e-mails the license key to you.
    Once you obtain the license key, you must register the Maintenance license with the system through License Registration (
    If you attempt to run either the MSW or PSW and you do not have an active Maintenance license, the system displays an error message. The system displays a warning if the active Maintenance license is close to the license expiration date.
    Important: Because the Planning and Scheduling Workbenches are powerful tools that summarize all your demand, supply, and capacity information across your planning/scheduling horizon, you should allocate one processor (core) per production planner/scheduler to prevent performance degradation.
    Supported languages: US English, Castilian Spanish, Latin Spanish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese (Brazilian), Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Czech, Korean, and Russian
    User Guide: Planning and Scheduling Workbenches for version; see Finding User Documentation.
    Administration Guide: Planning and Scheduling Workbenches for version; see Finding User Documentation.
    Install Guide: Planning and Scheduling Workbenches for version; see Finding User Documentation.
    Conversion Information: Planning and Scheduling Workbenches conversion information can be found in the Planning and Scheduling Workbenches Administration Guide.