Figure out which cumulative updates are installed with the cumulative update level detection. Once you have done a comparison of your objects using Object Analyzer, you will quickly get an overview of all hotfixes on a CU Level.
You can now determine if the entire object set needs updating or just a single hotfix update is required.
Quickly see which hotfixes require your attention, and which do not with Object Analyzer’s cumulative update level detection.
View the state of each cumulative update in Object Analyzer’s overview, and how many hotfixes are missing or are available for the particular cumulative update.
If there are no hotfixes installed, then the cumulative update is not installed.
If some hotfixes are installed but not all, then the cumulative update is partially Installed.
If all hotfixes are installed, then the cumulative update is marked as fully installed.
Save time and locate specific hotfixes with Object Analyzer’s integrated powerful search tool. To find the exact hotfix you can narrow down the search even further by marking the “Advanced Search” and try to filter your search at the “Installed” column in the Hotfixes overview.
You can filter by type, name, ID, keyword and more. It’s simple and very time efficient.
When you have located a hotfix in Object Analyzer, we will provide you with a description from Microsoft about the changes to that specific hotfix.
Additionally, you can implement your changes to update the hotfix by comparing your current hotfix to the target (if provided by Microsoft), directly in Object Analyzer.
Write “false” or “partial” in the installed tab to view, what is missing from your object sets. This allows you to get a picture of, which cumulative update has to be installed. With Object Analyzer’s “auto-merge” feature you can jump to a desired cumulative update automatically.
Watch the video for an introduction to the cumulative update upgrade feature.