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PSU rollback behavior for 11.2.0.2

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Hello, I have installed 11.2.0.2, then April PSU, then July PSU.  I then rolled back July PSO and it removed April PSU also and took me back to 11.2.0.2.  Is this expected rollback behavior to remove all PSUs?  I don't recall this being the behavior in 10.  Thanks
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I would rather say, you can open SR with Oracle, they will provide you clear picture if that happens with that patch set.
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I have confirmed this time via multiple testing...
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This answered the question
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