Since then, though, I thought that I had read documentation that said to do the CUM *LAST*, not *FIRST*. That made sense to me at the time, since, if you do the HIPERs and such *FIRST*, you'll get what you want and the superseded CUM PTF won't need to be applied. If you do the CUM first, you'll get the "old" one applied, then it will have to be replaced by the "new" one. Hmmm.... Some differences between support and the documentation?
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