Hello -- this is likely a can of worms, but I'm wondering how bugs identified, fixed, and incorporated into ongoing JUMBO takes are translated to other GAIA code trees (or whatever they are called)?
Customer works with support to identify "defect" with R81 that results in hotfix and appears in JUMBO take.
Does Checkpoint automatically incorporate that "fix" into R81.10 and all future GAIA builds (release and development)?
Alternatively, does someone have to separately deal with same bug in different code (if it exists), fight with support and hotfix procedure?
The big umbrella topic: how does Checkpoint leverage the cycles of customers spent resolving detects in particular version of GAIA and apply everywhere to minimize scenario where others deal with same issue -- even in other versions of code?
reference hotfix GA.