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FAQ-What Are the Naming Rules for Patches of the N2000 BMS

Publication Date:  2012-07-25 Views:  21 Downloads:  0
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Q:
What are the naming rules for patches of the N2000 BMS? 
 
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In the N2000 BMS V200R009 and its later versions, the rules for naming patches of the N2000 BMS are changed greatly.
HP refers to hot patch. The rules for naming patches of the N2000 BMS are as follows:
1. Cold patch (CP)
The number of a cold patch is CPYYYY. CP is the acronym of cold patch. YYYY represents the sequential number of a cold patch.
The patch refers to the current emergent patch ― patch J. The first Y indicates whether the patch is applied to special customers. The digit 0 indicates that the patch is applied to all customers. The digit 1 indicates that the patch is applied to special customers and is merged into later SPCs. The digit 2 indicates that the patch is applied to special customers for special requirements and is not merged into later SPCs. The later YY represents the number of a basic SPC. The last Y represents the number of patch J, which is a digit ranging from 1 to 9. CPs are used only on the N2000 BMS V200R009 and its later versions.
Examples:
Patch V200R009C01B023CP0001 refers to the first CP for the N2000 BMS V200R009C01B023 and is applied to all customers.
Patch V200R009C01B023CP0011 refers to the first CP for the N2000 BMS V200R009C01B023SPC001 and is applied to all customers.
Patch V200R009C01B023CP0012 refers to a CP for the N2000 BMS V200R009C01B023SPC001 and is applied to all customers. Patch V200R009C01B023CP0012 can be installed on patches V200R009C01B023SPC001 and V200R009C01B023CP0011. That is, patch V200R009C01B023CP0012 provides solutions that are included in patch V200R009C01B023CP0011.
Patch V200R009C01B023CP1121 refers to a CP for the N2000 BMS V200R009C01B023 and is applied to special customers. The basic patch number of patch V200R009C01B023CP1121 is SPC012 and the number of patch J is 1. Patch V200R009C01B023CP1121 is merged into later SPCs and later CPs of the current patch.
Patch V200R009C01B023CP2332 refers to a CP for the N2000 BMS V200R009C01B023 and is applied to special customers for special requirements. The basic patch number of patch V200R009C01B023CP2332 is SPC033. It is a second patch J. The patch is not merged into later SPCs.
2. Service pack
The number of a service pack is SPXYYY. SP is the acronym of service pack. X can be H or C. H is the initial letter of hot patch and indicates that a service pack is a hot service pack. C is the initial letter of cold patch and indicates that a service pack is a cold service pack. YYY represents the sequential number of a service pack, which ranges from 001 to 099. Service packs are used only on the N2000 BMS V200R009 and its later versions.
For example, service pack V200R009C01B023SPC001 refers to the first commercial service pack for the N2000 BMS V200R009C01B023. Service pack V200R009C01B023SPC002 refers to the second commercial service pack for the N2000 BMS V200R009C01B023 and includes the contents of service pack V200R009C01B023SPC001 and cold patches V200R009C01B023CP001 and V200R009C01B023CP101. 
 
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