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This blog post is going to list out all the Table and Column changes for GP 2013 R2. This is a big release, with a lot of great new features, and subsequently has a lot of back end changes! I've included some links to help with navigating through this information, along with a "Back to Top" link at the end of each section. Take note that the columns listed in the New Columns section includes column changes to pre-existing tables, and new tables. The third section separates out the column changes to pre-existing tables.
If you have further questions about index, data type, and segments information, please review the SDK documentation for a more in-depth look into the changes.
All New Columns
New Columns in Existing Tables
Back To Top
Back To Top
New Columns in Existing Tables:
This is a VERY helpful post Dan! Somehow, when going from GP 2013 SP1 to GP 2016 R2, we applied the interim update (2013R2) and in one of the companies, it did not create any of the tables on your "new table list". So, I kept getting errors when it would try to access those tables to upgrade to Gp2016R2. So, what I did was go to one of the other database and scripted out the tables and it worked. We don't use those tables yet, so it was fine to go ahead and script out a blank table.. :)
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