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Infor provides a lot of good product documentation, but do you know where to find it? If you log in to www.inforxtreme.com  you can easily search for all kinds of documentation, for example net change reports. In the net change reports you can find useful information about the new functions in M3, which is really good to know when you are about to upgrade your existing version of M3, or if you have upgraded to a new version and want to make sure you don't miss any new valuable functions.

To find the documentation, log in to Infor Xtreme, and go to the Search menu on the start page, and hit “Browse documentation”.


You can use the navigation tree or the search to find for example net change information for the different M3 versions. You can choose whether you want to see general information about M3, or if you want to dig into details in different modules.

In the example below I have chosen to see general M3 business engine information for version 15.1.x. In the right window it’s the documentation type “Release and net change”, and that has given me all available documentation for that release.


The version numbers can be a bit confusing. Here is a guide for you:

  • M3 version 7.1 → M3 BE 13.1.0
  • M3 version 10.1 → M3 BE 14.1.2
  • M3 version 13.X → M3 BE 15.1.X

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