Service Pack Civil 3d 2018
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An overview with current versions of Autodesk software products, their signatures, product codes for installation, Windows Registry key placements, feature codes for Autodesk FLEXnet license server, plus an overview of current service packs for a given CAD application, including their build numbers (see _VERNUM or "About" dialogs).
AutoCAD: get the VERNUM value by typing the _VERNUM command. Inventor: ProductVersion is a key in the given Registry branch (HKLM). Revit/Inventor: build number is displayed in the "About" dialog."SP0" is the original version without any service pack (FCS).The reg value is a sub-path in the Registry (HKLM/Software/ or HKCU/Software/).
Previously, Autodesk AutoCAD-based product updates were often referred to as service packs and focused mainly on product fixes. The object code base remained relatively unchanged between yearly releases. If different machines had the same yearly release installed, it didn't always matter what updates were installed in order to create compatible objects. Presently, this is not the case.
While yearly major Civil 3D releases (coinciding with the release cycle for AutoCAD) still remain the focus for the introduction of new features, some intermediate software Updates now include new features and new functionality, along with the service pack type product fixes. The new features and new functionality sometimes introduce changes to the AutoCAD or Civil 3D object code base that result in interoperability issues if a drawing is shared between two users that do not have the same update releases installed. Autodesk documents these issues and sometimes provides workarounds built into the products, but best practice is to be aware of and install update releases as soon as they become available. (See the "Interoperability issues:" section of this document for more information.)
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