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I had a similar question:
You are right. I checked with BMC Support and they used their compatibility matrix. However, the article simply means that Oracle 12c/R2 will be officially supported in 220.127.116.11 which will be out anytime from now. In the meantime, if you would like to proceed using Oracle 12c/R2, then by all means do and contact us if you do face any issues. This is BMCs answer.
I'm afraid they cannot give a straight yes or no answer when it comes to compatibility. The real issue here is not so much about Control-M version but rather the new Oracle 12c R2 release which might have some new features that have not been QA tested for say Control-M version 18.104.22.168.
So yes, BMC always supports new third-party software releases but in case there are newer features not tested before with the most recent software release then there would be compatibility issues that would need BMC support's help.
That being said, if you are looking for a fully compatible Control-M version then that will be 22.214.171.124 but at the moment, 126.96.36.199 is not entirely compatible for reasons I just mentioned above.
I hope this helps.
Bro Marco Bellusci thanks and appreciate your support, but do you have any idea regarding to me new question mentioned in below:
- Just to clarify there will be a patch “.200” or new release?
- Also, please correct me if I am wrong, you said we may proceed with the 12cR2 release and we’ll receive support for Control-M from BMC side?
- Is there any plan with oracle 18C?
Is there any good idea regarding to my concern ?
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Oracle 12c stands for versions 12.1 and 12.2 but in the SPAC “Notes for Selected DB” window the following is stated:
Oracle Existing Database, 12C R1 only (12.1)
Oracle 12c R2 (12.2) will be supported from 9.0.19
Oracle 18c is equivalent to Oracle 12c R2 (188.8.131.52)
Oracle 18c R2 is the same as 12.2.x - Oracle changed their version numbering.
You can find more details about this from Oracle.
we have a request for upgrades on oracle version 19c in our Company, the real question however, is an changeover to the tenant architecture…
From which version is Control-M compatible?
Thank you regards
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Please check Does Control-M/Enterprise Manager or Control-M/Server for Unix and Windows support Oracle Database 18c and 19c?
I guess (unfortunately I haven't found any information from BMC support yet) the support for 19c is not planned yet...
Thank you Michael,
that's our requirement: The first upgrades of test environments to 19c tenant architecture will take place in July or August.
Unfortunately I could not find any articles on the topic on the BMC page...
I had a similar question.
Does Oracle 12 have any known issues with CTMv8.?
My Client is planning for a DB server ver upgrade from (184.108.40.206.0) to (220.127.116.11.0) . We have both EM & CTMserver on the same db server.
Appreciate any/all help.
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this was provided in this BMC document:
Does Control-M/Enterprise Manager or Control-M/Server for Unix and Windows support Oracle Database 18c?
Control-M/Enterprise Manager and Control-M/Server currently do not have support for Oracle 18c.
Support is targeted for version 18.104.22.168 (subject to change).
Note: Oracle Database 18c is the first version of the product to follow a yearly release pattern.
From here on Oracle databases will be released every year along with quarterly updates according to Oracle (contact Oracle for specific details).
Thanks a lot for your kind support Michael