Patch Release definition

Patch Release means a change Nuance makes to a Software Release, which is an internal change designed to correct minor anomalies or defects in the Software (colloquially referred to as “bugs”), or otherwise to provide minor improvements to performance without changing the Software’s basic design, structure, or functionality. Patch Releases are typically numbered to signify modifications to a version of Software Release (e.g., Version 4.1.05, Version 4.1.06).
Patch Release means a Software release that provides fixes to Errors, indicated by a change to the hundredths decimal number of the release (e.g., 1.5.2 to 1.5.3).
Patch Release means a targeted Fix for a specific version which is not necessarily the latest

Examples of Patch Release in a sentence

  • The provision of any Major, Minor, Maintenance and Patch Release to Customer will not operate to extend the original warranty period on the Software in the Supported Product.

  • This TeamTrack Patch Release includes all patches and executables that have been completed, tested, and packaged for distribution since general availability of EHR v1.1 p13.


More Definitions of Patch Release

Patch Release means generally released functional and/or feature improvements made to Software and may include substantially numerous: (a) corrections of bugs, errors, malfunctions, or other nonconformities; and/or (b) minor improvements in operational performance, quality and/or functional capability. Patch Releases include all related Documentation other than Sales Documentation. Patch Releases are typically identified by a change in the digit(s) to the right of the tenths digit [x.x.(X)] (i.e.-1.01, 1.02, 1.03), however, these numerical changes will not qualify the Software as a Patch Release unless the criteria in the definition are met. A Patch Release may be considered and commonly referred to as an update by the industry.
Patch Release means an Update to the Hadoop Base Code that contains a Patch or set of Patches intended to address known Errors in previous versions of the Hadoop Base Code. Patch Releases will be consideredUpdates” under this Agreement and the Intellectual Property Agreement.
Patch Release means a Licensed Software release that provides Error fixes, and is denoted by a change to the hundredths decimal number of the release (e.g., 1.5.2 to 1.5.3). “***” means a *** for the benefit of Customer *** of SSN hereunder, including any and all ***, that is (i) ***, (ii) in a form ***, and (iii) issued by ***.
Patch Release means a new version of the Software with the remedy of one or several Defects. Patch Releases are identified by the following version number: x.y.1, whereas the third digit (“1”) denominates the number of the Patch Release, which is preceded by its associated Major and Minor Release. Release means a Major, Minor, or Patch Release. Response Time means the time during the Support Hours that elapses between the Supplier’s actual receipt of a Support Ticket issued by the Customer, and the commencement of Maintenance Services by the Supplier as defined in Section 7. Service Provider Interface means the programming interface specifying how a third party computer program interacts with the Software to use predefined functions of the Software. Severity Level means the level of priority the Customer assigns to a Support Ticket. The Severity Levels include the following types of Defects: Critical, Major and Minor. Software means the computer program jOOQ in the current version and any new Releases thereof. Subscription Fee means the fee Customer pays for the use of the Software pursuant to Section 6 and for the Maintenance Services. Subscription Period means the duration of validity of this Agreement. Support Hours mean the daily time period the Maintenance Services are available to the Customer. Support Ticket means the notification of the request for a Maintenance Service issued by the Customer such as the notification of a Defect. In the absence of a Ticketing System, Customer may request for a Maintenance Service through E-Mail at support@datageekery.com. Ticketing System is a third party software maintained by the Supplier used by the Customer to create Maintenance Service requests with associated Severity Levels. Work Product is any work result of the Maintenance Services, such as new Releases, documents, information and improvements developed or created in the performance of the Maintenance Services. Workaround means a way of circumventing a Defect without actually fixing it within the source code. A Workaround is mitigating the effect of the Defect, so that the user can use the Software reasonably. Working Days mean the locally recognized working days in Zurich (Switzerland) (excluding locally recognized public and bank holidays). Workstation means a computer onto which the Software was installed or copied by the Customer and which is used to run the Software.
Patch Release means a customer specific release to be delivered in the event of an emergency in Aruba’s determination that is denoted by a change to the right of the third decimal point (e.g., 2.1.1.1 or 2.1.1.2).
Patch Release means any release of backwards-compatible bug fixes. A bug fix is defined as an internal change that fixes incorrect behavior. Such a release is marked with a new number in the third position of the version number.
Patch Release means a new version of the Product with the remedy of one or several Defects. Patch Releases are identified by the third digit in the sequence of the version number, i.e. x.y.1, x.y.2.