Software development shouldn't stop at the first release. We are committed to supporting and even improving our software in the long run. We will therefore release updated versions of our software from time to time. When we do this, we inform you about the new version and encourage you to update. This gives you the best possible experience when working with PLA.
The most important step you can take is to register your copy of PLA. This allows us to notify you directly in case new updates become available. But even then, you have to install them yourself. At the very least, you should make sure to install every recommended update as early as possible. Please always create a complete backup of your database before you update your PLA software.
|PLA Framework||3.0.4 SR5 (build 761)||03.09.2018|
|3.0.4 SR4 (build 752)||14.05.2018|
|3.0.4 SR3 (build 721)||05.05.2017|
|3.0.4 SR2 (build 718)||21.12.2016|
|3.0.4 SR1 (build 716)||01.09.2016|
|Biological Assay Package||25 SR4 (build 999)||separate download||03.08.2018|
|25 SR3 (build 991)||separate download||13.04.2018|
|25 SR2 (build 984)||separate download||22.02.2018|
|25 SR1 (build 983)||separate download||09.02.2018|
|23||included in PLA 3.0.4||27.07.2016|
|18||included in PLA 3.0.3||27.02.2015|
|17||included in PLA 3.0.2||12.11.2014|
|14||included in PLA 3.0.0||22.05.2014|
Versions not listed here are internal versions and have never been released to the public.
Current version: PLA 3.0.4 SR5 (build 761) & PLA Biological Assay Package 25 (build 999) for PLA 3.0.4
Current version: PLA 2.1 (build 604)
Final version: PLA 2.0 (build 554)
Please note: PLA 2.0 is no longer supported. If you are still working with it, we recommend you switch to PLA 3.0. In this case, you should also consider using the PLA Migration and Archiving Toolkit. It will help you get the most out of your PLA 2.0 assay archive and allows you to switch to the new version without losing valuable data.