MSXML 4.0 SP2 end-of-support announced - Upgrade to MSXML 4.0 SP3 or MSXML 6.0

Microsoft announced the end-of-support deadline for MSXML4.0 SP2 is April 13th, 2010, and Microsoft’s recommend that developers with MSXML4.0 apps should act to migrate them to MSXML 6.0 or at least upgrade them to MSXML 4.0 SP3. April 2010 will bring with it the ten-year anniversary of MSXML 4.0. “MSXML 4.0 was released to the […]

Microsoft announced the end-of-support deadline for MSXML4.0 SP2 is April 13th, 2010, and Microsoft’s recommend that developers with MSXML4.0 apps should act to migrate them to MSXML 6.0 or at least upgrade them to MSXML 4.0 SP3. April 2010 will bring with it the ten-year anniversary of MSXML 4.0. “MSXML 4.0 was released to the web in April 2001 to provide a number of new features (e.g. XSD, SOM, Side-by-Side Functionality) as well as great performance improvement (e.g. XSLT Performance). The latest version, MSXML4.0 SP3, was released in March 2009 and is a replacement for all previous releases of MSXML4.0. i.e. MSXML 4.0 RTM/SP1/SP2. Once MSXML 4.0 SP2 support expires on 4/13/2010, MSXML 4.0 SP3 will become the only supported version of MSXML 4.0,” a member of the MSXML team revealed.

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