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Took me a while to realise that although SMP 2.3 is in rampup, that’s its documentation has been released and can be found here:

http://infocenter.sybase.com/help/index.jsp?topic=/com.sybase.infocenter.pubs.docset-SMP-2.3.0/doc/html/title.html

I did my usual practice which is to go throught each document home page and download the PDF, renaming the documents with 2.3 after the SMP name.

What strikes you immediately is the inclusion for the first time of all the (Syclo) Agentry documentation, both on installation and development guides.

The new platform features show the following details:

SAP Mobile Platform version 2.3 includes new features that support development and management of the system.

Several product names changed along with functionality in this release. See Rebranding for changes.

Note: See Supported Hardware and Software for the list of devices, operating systems, APIs, and tools that SAP Mobile Platform currently supports.

Agentry Development Archetype
A new development archetype for Agentry applications is integrated with SAP Mobile Platform. Developers use the Agentry Editor to create and modify applications, then deploy to SAP Mobile Server. System administrators deploy, manage, and monitor applications using SAP Control Center.

EIS Defined Cache
This release includes enhancements that give an enterprise information system (EIS) more control over data partitioning, and client operation replay requests.

Administration
New or changed features for administration, include using SAP Control Center to manage Agentry applications, manage applications by SDK type, and manage enterprise information system (EIS) partition cache.

The only thing I found disappointing about this potential release is that the number of Mobile platforms supported has not changed since SUP 2.1.3 🙁

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    1. David Clavey Post author

      Yeh nor support for windows 8 rt or Blackberry 10 🙁 , as you say disappointing.

      On the plus side all three are supported if you use Rest API and use Phonegap instead of HWC. But these are not MBO apps but OData apps instead.

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  1. Brenton O'Callaghan

    Good share David – nice one!

    Worth mentioning that support for the iPhone 3Gs has been dropped as well – not a bit deal I thought until I looked at the number of those devices I have registered on one of my roll-outs 🙂

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    1. David Clavey Post author

      Ooow, did not spot that one. Not a big deel ? When I worked at Sybase UK we were all equipped with 3GS’s ! I guess I better go and read the supported / not supported lists again 😯 …

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