As part of the efforts to align applications across the Application Recognition Library (ARL) and Technopedia, we discovered numerous ARL applications that have been historically curated without adhering to consistent standards. Various drivers, updates, patches, fixes, and other artifacts have been added to the ARL, while other similar items were correctly ruled ineligible for inclusion in Technopedia. This inconsistency makes coverage unpredictable and causes misalignment with normalization in other Flexera solutions.
In order to provide consistent, curated, high-quality software coverage, Flexera is aligning coverage eligibility criteria between the ARL and Technopedia (see the unified eligibility criteria here).
We plan to remove selected applications from the ARL that should not have been created as independent products under the unified eligibility criteria.
This is a continuation of a similar exercise that we have done in the past (see here), where customers can expect:
As a reminder, we plan to begin the removal of these applications as part of the
September 30 th October 14th, 2022 October 21, 2022 ARL release.
Please reach out to us if you have any questions. You can reach our content support via raising a ticket through the customer community.
This a great job !
Don't you think you can do more ? You are here focus on existing evidence in ARL, but you can may be do the same (ignoring evidences) about for versions that are not in ARL. Example:
|Oracle||Archive Libraries 11.8||Archive Libraries|
will be ignored. But what about "Archive Libraries 11.3" and any other Archive Libraries ?
You can then ignored "Archive Libraries %" or more based on product when you recognize it.
We have removed above mentioned applications from the library as part of this week's release (21st October 2022, ARL build no. #2710).
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