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Will upgrading Solomon 4.5 to Solomon 5.5 pose any problem?

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We are currently using Solomon 4.5, and planning to upgrade it to 5.5 version. Do you foresee any compatibility issues with this upgrade?
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My suggestion would be, ask your vendor, and ask them to refer you to other clients who have made the same leap. They should be quite open about this.

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Mike
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Honestly? No...
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