Blog Post:Some of you may have noticed in the Code Manager within the Admin Console that H.20.3 code is now available. A number of users have asked me about it on Twitter, so I'm making it a goal to briefly discuss each code release as soon as it becomes available right here. Over time, hopefully this blog will become a great resource to help you determine when it's time to upgrade your implementation. If you read my post on the Google referrer change, you may have noticed that the patch discussed there is included in the H.20.3 release—no need to add it to H.20.3 code. If you've already added the patch to your H.20.2 (or older) code, then you probably don't need to upgrade to H.20.3, as the inclusion of the patch natively is the only difference between H.20.2 and H.20.3 code.

NOTE: The deployment of an upgrade code base should never be done in haste. Always test code upgrades extensively in a development environment before deploying on your production site(s).

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Some of you may have noticed in the Code Manager within the Admin Console that H.20.3 code is now available. A number of users have asked me about it on Twitter, so I’m making it a goal to briefly discuss each code release as soon as it becomes available right here. Over time, hopefully this blog will become a great resource to help you determine when it’s time to upgrade your implementation.

If you read my post on the Google referrer change, you may have noticed that the patch discussed there is included in the H.20.3 release—no need to add it to H.20.3 code. If you’ve already added the patch to your H.20.2 (or older) code, then you probably don’t need to upgrade to H.20.3, as the inclusion of the patch natively is the only difference between H.20.2 and H.20.3 code.

NOTE: The deployment of an upgrade code base should never be done in haste. Always test code upgrades extensively in a development environment before deploying on your production site(s).