Oracle Rdb Product Family Compatibility Matrix
Replication Option
Version Architecture Release OpenVMS Version Status
Number Date Minimum Maximum
7.3 Itanium 7-Nov-2013 8.3 8.4-x Shipping
Alpha 7-Nov-2013 8.3 8.4-x Shipping
7.2 Itanium 7-Jul-2011 8.2-1 8.4-x Shipping 19-May-2010 8.2-1 8.4-x Superseded 5-Oct-2009 8.2-1 8.3-x Superseded 5-Sep-2008 8.2-1 8.3-x Superseded 11-Jan-2008 8.2-1 8.3-x Superseded 24-Jul-2007 8.2-1 8.3-x Superseded 8-Jan-2007 8.2-1 8.3-x Superseded 26-Jun-2006 8.2-1 8.2-x Superseded 10-Apr-2006 8.2-1 8.2-x Superseded
Alpha 7-Jul-2011 8.2 8.4-x Shipping 19-May-2010 8.2 8.4-x Superseded 5-Oct-2009 8.2 8.3-x Superseded 5-Sep-2008 8.2 8.3-x Superseded 11-Jan-2008 8.2 8.3-x Superseded 24-Jul-2007 8.2 8.3-x Superseded 8-Jan-2007 8.2 8.3-x Superseded 26-Jun-2006 8.2 8.2-x Superseded 10-Apr-2006 8.2 8.2-x Superseded
7.1 Alpha 19-Jun-2007 7.2 8.3-x Desupported 12-Feb-2007 7.2 8.3-x Desupported 22-May-2006 7.2 8.2-x Desupported 20-Dec-2005 7.2 8.2-x Desupported
top Updated: 11-November-2013

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