Easiest way to publish new Adobe Reader updates

Topics: Publishing Issue
May 13, 2015 at 3:43 PM
Hello,

Last week I publish an update for Adobe Reader 11.0.0.10. Yesterday Adobe Reader 11.0.0.11 has been released. Do you I have to create a new update in WPP or can I add the new msp to the previous update ? In the context menu of an update, there is an entry called "create a superseding update", what does it stand for ?

Thank you,

Chris
Editor
May 13, 2015 at 4:07 PM
Chrisnet46 wrote:
Last week I publish an update for Adobe Reader 11.0.0.10. Yesterday Adobe Reader 11.0.0.11 has been released. Do you I have to create a new update in WPP or can I add the new msp to the previous update ?
You have to create a new one.
In the context menu of an update, there is an entry called "create a superseding update", what does it stand for ?
For Example. You have published a full Flashplayer Version 16.xx with a couple of rules. 3 weeks later you want to publish FlashPlayer 17.xx, right click > create superseding update will create a new update with some descriptions from the update before and the rules.
May 18, 2015 at 11:58 AM
Edited May 18, 2015 at 11:58 AM
Why I cannot create a superseding update for a new Adobe Reader update ?

Thank you.

Chris