Subject Re: [ib-support] InterBase 6 Server Edition "Certified" is now available
Author Ann W. Harrison
At 01:07 PM 3/13/2001 -0600, David R. Robinson wrote:

>"Aaron Ruddick[Borland]" wrote...
> > A message from Jon Arthur, Director of InterBase:
> > To our many valued InterBase customers, I am
> > proud to announce the release of InterBase 6.0 Server edition. This
> > release of InterBase has been a long time coming, and we are sure you
> > will be pleased with the result. The core InterBase QA and R&D team have
> > been working diligently to certify InterBase 6.0 ensuring our valued
> > customers that we are solidly behind InterBase as an ongoing Borland
> > product line.
> >
> > For the whole article:

Interesting. There are no changes in jrd (central engine) on source forge
in the past two months and only 20 since the code was moved. 10 of those
were fixes for the backdoor problem, 3 were the gen-id problem, 1 disabled
access to ods 9, 2 changed the version and baselevel identifiers. The other
four actually seem to be new bug fixes. I'm curious to know whether the
product was actually that solid before they went into testing, or when the
changes will be checked into the tree.