Technopedia Software Hierarchy and Definitions
This article answers some common questions about Technopedia fields in the Software Product Hierarchy.
This answers some common questions about Technopedia fields in the Software Product Hierarchy.
Suite Information: Indicates if a product is part of a suite 'True' or 'False'.
Release: A release is a combination of Manufacturer + Product + Version + (optional Edition) + Release Date (GA).
Licensable: A flag that indicates whether the Software Release is licensable or not.
Version: A Version is different from a Release and does not contain Edition or Release Date. A Version can translate into multiple Releases if it has multiple Editions.
Technopedia tracks to the Minor Version. For example: 11.1.2, 11.1.3, and 11.1.6 are all shown as 11.1 in the Technopedia catalog.
Edition: Software Product Edition name (if Applicable), such as "Enterprise"
Version Group: The name of Version Group (label is Market Version in BDNA Analyze) of the software product. A sample is Version "15" with a Market Version of "2016".
Family: Software Product Brand/Family (if applicable), such as "Office".