Does that mean its PostgreSQLs ninth release?
No, it’s approximately our 21st release. We release a new version of PostgreSQL every year, which is unique among SQL databases. Because of the long history of our project the first two decimals are major releases. Thus 7.4, 8.0 and 8.3 were all major releases. Minor releases have numbers like 8.4.4. This is similar to how Linux, Apache, and MySQL number their versions.
- Does this mean that customers have to wait for a period of time after the core SAP BW release, when the SEM Add-on and new BI Content Add-on will be available?
- If I port my program to GNU/Linux, does that mean I have to release it as Free Software under the GPL or some other Software Livre license?
- What does "release xyz does not allow parallel checkout within the release" mean when checking out an object?