Version 10.4.01 is now a 64-bit application with a different default installation path and a brand new Repository. You install Uniface Community Edition 10.4.01 alongside version 10.3.02. To use 10.4.01 you can easily migrate your sources. You can upgrade in just a few steps.
Download and install
Export all sources from 10.3.02
Import all sources into 10.4.01
If you exported everything including templates and pallets, you can choose to reload the Uniface 10.4 templates which were overwritten by the import. Choose Main Menu ( ≡ ) > Reload Templates and choose Load default templates .
Note: If you are not using the default installation path, you may need to rename or delete your SQLite source database file for your previous installation (by default, this can be found in project\dbms\usys.db) to avoid any conflicts.And you're done! For more detailed instructions, see the Uniface Documentation.
No, you cannot, because Uniface 10.3.03 will not be made available for the Community Edition. Instead, you can upgrade to the latest and greatest version, Uniface 10.4.01 (coming soon!). You can find more details on this page . Please note that once Uniface 10.4.01 is available, no further patches for Uniface 10.3.02 will be released.
Uniface Community Edition 10.3.02 is only available as a 32-bit version. Uniface CE 10.4.01 is now 64-bit, so if you want to move to the 64-bit version, you will need to install version 10.4.01 alongside version 10.3.02. Your sources will be fully compatible, but there are a few installation steps you need to take to migrate your sources. Please see the documentation on how to proceed.
No, you cannot, because patches are not provided as overlayable ZIP files for the Uniface Community Edition. In addition, Uniface Community Edition 10.4.01 has a new Repository and is now 64-bit. This means you will need to install it alongside your existing CE version. Please see the documentation for the migration steps.
No, Uniface Community Edition 10.4.01 will only be available as a 64-bit program. We recommend installing this latest version to be on the latest and greatest version of Uniface 10 Community Edition and to have access to the latest features.
We always recommend being on the latest version. That means Uniface Community Edition 10.4.01, as soon as it is released. Why? It will contain all the latest and greatest features and will be actively maintained. No more patches will be released on Uniface Community Edition 10.3.02.
Yes, you can. You can install Uniface Community Edition up to 3 times, and on 3 different machines, with a single Entitlement ID. If you want to use your Entitlement ID on an additional machine, you first need to return the license from one of your existing installations in order to use it on a different machine. To return a license, simply open Uniface License Management from the Windows Start menu and select Return License .
The latest version of Uniface 10 Community Edition is now 64-bit, to take advantage of faster and more secure processing power. In addition, we have made some changes to the Repository that will allow us to add new features to the IDE, such as fine-grained version control for library objects, and searching and filtering resources. Take note! These two major changes mean that you cannot do a simple update from your older Uniface 10 Community Edition to version 10.4.01. You will need to install version 10.4.01 alongside your older version and migrate your sources. For detailed steps on how to do this, see our simple migration guide.
Absolutely! These are installed in unique locations and are entirely separate. You will need a separate Community Edition license, which you will receive when registering to download Uniface 10 Community Edition.
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