You are always welcome buddy :) If you are not in a big rush you may want to hold off for a few weeks before installing a new SR like SR6. It only came out on December 3 so new bugs may not have been exposed quite yet. I'm not saying that there will be problems, but it has always been a policy of mine to give a new SR at least a month or so before deployment just to see how people like it :)
Thanks a lot for the suggestion. Since it will be a major change in our environment there is the necessity to obtain proper approval & all that stuff. So in all probababilty, nothing will happen before January. My opinion is to upgrade to the latest SR is always the way to go even though there might be some issues. Makes absolutely no sense to raise a change request every month. Btw, I have posted a query pertaining to RTMT, could you please offer some suggestions?
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