Lifecycle date definitions: General Availability (GA) The latest date that a version/release of the product is available to all users, regardless of language or media.
A product version/release is not published on the Lifecycle web site until the GA date.
Variations on this method include 2/10 net 40, 2/10 net 45, 2/10 net 60, 2/10 n 30 EOM (end of month), and more.
These fields capture the following information: Business Units must select the appropriate payment terms to ensure New York State avoids unnecessary prompt payment interest charges and receives cash discounts available from vendors.Using a particular version of Transformation Extender (TX) and see a notice of EOM.For example EOM for TX 8.4.x was announced to be 29-Jan-2016 in the following lifecycle page. q45=K522132L40227S70 The above support lifecycle page contains the following information.This is essential when vendors have accounts receivable turnover cycles which exist longer than preferred.A business that offers a 2/10 net 30 discount is expressing that it is more important to have cash as quickly as possible than it is to have the full amount of their payable.