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Aug 30, 2010
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EPiServer Commerce Service Pack 1 released


The first Service Pack for EPiServer Commerce has been released! It contains bug fixes both for the CMS integration and the Commerce Manager.

Upgrading options

If you want to make a clean install, download the EPiServer Commerce 1.0 SP1 full and do a regular installation. If you already have EPiServer Commerce 1.0 installed you might want to download the upgrade files and do a manual upgrade with help from the Upgrading Instructions.


Here is the short release notes:

EPiServer Commerce 1.0 SP1 Release Notes

This release of EPiServer Commerce is based on a new build of Commerce Manager. This service pack contains bug fixes in both the EPiServer CMS and Commerce Manager parts. No new functionality has been added.

Aug 30, 2010


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