If you are updating from a version of the extend Interoperability Suite prior to version 10.2.0, you need to be aware of the following changes that may affect your existing applications:
Support for the Vision 2 file format is discontinued in this version of the extend Interoperability Suite. The Vision 2 file format was not portable between systems with different architectures, and was superseded by the Vision 3 file format over 24 years ago. Use of the Vision 2 file format has not been recommended for a very long time.
Any remaining Vision 2 files should be rebuilt to a newer Vision file format; see Rebuilding Files for more details. Vision 3 is a portable single-file format containing the index and records in a single file, and is limited to file sizes less than 2GB; Vision 4 and Vision 5 are portable dual file formats using multiple segments to support large files; and Vision 6 is a portable dual file format supporting files larger than 2GB. Vision 6 is the default Vision file format, and for best results use this file format where possible.
If you use the KBD-DATA-RANGE-HIGH and KBD-DATA-RANGE-LOW configuration variables to set the range of keyboard input (see DATA-RANGE=value), you must set these variables to integer values. Previously, it was also possible to set a byte value; this is no longer permitted.