enaio® Versions

enaio® 11.0 »

As a rule, configurations are upwards compatible with different enaio® versions, i.e., configurations created in earlier system versions can also be used in later system versions.

Downward compatibility is, by contrast, not guaranteed since upgrades to the enaio® platform result in new features and configuration add-ons. As a consequence, configurations created in later system versions cannot be used in earlier system versions.

It is very likely that attempting to import configurations that have been created in earlier system versions will result in new feature settings being lost, incompatible formats, and/or program errors. For this reason, you must pay attention to system versions when operating test, development, and live systems and refrain from importing or activating configurations that have been created in later system versions. This applies to configuration files, in particular to object definitions and workflow models.