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".