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BMellert

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Since it seems we aren't notified on MC2 when new releases are available any longer, it seems that MBPM 9.3.1 was released on the 24th along with an associated Mobile platform.

It seems MC2 is used less and less, including by OpenText.  Basic questions which can usually be answered on those and these (better) forums don't seems to be addressed any longer.

Now I have to come up with a whole new mobile approval approach again since "Blackberry support is dropped from OpenText BPM Mobile Client 9.3.1."  I guess I cannot use any built in support as I was hoping for and will have to skin a independent web service call again.

I'd like the IE9 "native" support in 9.3, IE10 would be nice as that is what our developer machines have, but we can live without that.  I was looking forward to better mobile support, not less.  Ahh well.

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I agree. MC2 has become less travelled. That is quite astounding when you think that everyone using the Designer gets it in the face every time they open it.

My biggest problem is that since Rob left, not a single suggestion has been acknowledged, let alone acted on. The 'Golden Age' of Metastorm BPM may well be over. This is just as version 9 became usable at last, too.....

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BMellert

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Agreed Jerome on both parts.
I've taken up raising formal tickets -- with comments about it not being at least acknowledged let alone responded to -- for what I'd think/hope are basic questions, not something where a ticket should have to be raised to get a response.

We arranged a call with OpenText after the conference where we found out MBPM was (in my words, not theirs) being orphaned.  We got the expected pitch in that MBPM will still move forward, but perhaps more slowly.  This seems one more piece of evidence this is not the case.
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