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Known Issues after upgrading to Verse 9.4 for Android and Something That Worked For Me
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Ted Hardenburgh    

This evening the following technote was published by IBM:

Overview of known issues affecting users after upgrading to Verse 9.4 for Android

After I upgraded I was having issues syncing. One thing I noticed was that if I went into the main Verse app the prompt to force a new sync would appear, but the sync never finished. Each time I opened the Verse app, I saw the same prompt.

This morning I finally thought about deleting the local data and trying again. After doing this, I was prompted to login to my Traveler server and it performed a full sync and I've been working as expected since.

Hope this helps and sorry for the very long, IBM-like title.

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http://dominothoughts.com/domthoughts/domthoughts.nsf/dx/known-issues-with-verse-for-android-9.4-and-something-that-worked-for-me.htm
May 26, 2016
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