Platform & Product Availability Guides (PAGs) reflect the current commercial releases for Progress products.These documents do not address plans for future product certifications and support -- they describe current support for the indicated products. This information changes on a regular basis so the documents are subject to change without notice.
For OpenEdge 12 and beyond, the Platform and Product Availability Guide will be on the OpenEdge Information Hub.
NOTICE OF NEW ORACLE JDK RELEASE MODEL AND IMPACTS - Please review changes that Oracle is making to the access of the JDK/JRE effective January 1, 2019.
The following details the compatibility between Progress OpenEdge and Roundtable product releases.
The following details the compatibility between Progress OpenEdge and Aurea Sonic product releases, documenting what platforms the OpenEdge Adapters for Sonic (MQ and ESB) can be installed and run on.
Email your questions on OpenEdge platform support to email@example.com.
The Product Life Cycle Guide outlines the product development and technical support resources available during a product's life span. This document details the different product stages starting from the First Commercial Shipment (FCS) of the product to eventual product retirement, and provides the life cycle status for each Progress Software product. This information is designed to help you develop your product plans within the context of Progress Software's product life cycle plans.
(SP) Progress supports the most current Service Pack for a release, only.
(T) Indicates the Target date for moving to the Retired Phase, based on the OpenEdge Life Cycle policy.
Note: The Active date is when the initial release (e.g. 11.7.0) took place. There may have been subsequent Service Packs issued for that release- these do not affect the Active date or the overall version life cycle.
How about adding a tentative active month for OpenEdge 12.0 to the product lifecycle guide?
The life cycle table contains too much noise. Please split it in two. Current versions:
The formatting / styling of the table is also inconsistent - this is especially noticeable when it is included in an e-mail update.
Can anyone guide me how to consume web services.