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We're looking to roll out Oracle Client 12c.  I cannot find any 'mapping' in the help documentation describing which version of the Uniface driver  I should use...

UORA70 or UORA71?

Any guidance out there?

Regards,

Knut

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      Hi Knut,

      12c or 12c R2?

      Based on latest PAM:

      • 11g R2 => U7.0
      • 12c => U7.1
      • 12c R2 => U7.2
      • 18c => U7.3

      We just migrated our first customer to 12c at the end of november.
      It's on U9.6 using U7.1. It works flawless!

      Happy new year!
      Gianni

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        Of course - the good old PAM.  Completely forgot about that...


        Thx Gianni!

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      I'm following up on this via this link; https://oraclefact.wordpress.com/2018/04/05/client-server-interoperability-support-matrix-for-different-oracle-versions-doc-id-207303-1/

      It would appear a 12.1 client can connect seamlessly to 12.1 and 12.2 versions of the database.

      Thus, I presume there's still life in the U7.1 driver?

      However, I also remember a post (from 2017 I think) outlining the NEED to use U7.2 against a 12.2 database - but I cannot seem to find that post.  I'm pursuing this because we will end up going to a 12.2 database later this year and need to plan the rollout of client software as well as potentially having to upgrade Uniface...

      Knut

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        Hi Knut,

        as we still have not all info users are looking for centralised in the CHM
        (I agree these mappings should be part of the database specific pages)
        I checked some other sources and found:

        PAM9705-007.pdf calls U7.1 for Oracle 12c.

        Perhaps you can contact Joanne Roberson for problems found as she uses oracle 12c:

        Uniface Deployment: Classic Development / Deployment


        Happy New Year,
        Uli


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