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Does SAP Commerce 1905 support Oracle 19c?

SAP Commerce 1808, 1811, and 1905 third party compatibility for Oracle DB specifies "11.2, 12.1, 12c Release 2 (12.2)".

Oracle 18c is effectively

Oracle 19c is effectively

Have SAP Commerce 1808, 1811, or 1905 been tested against Oracle 19c?

If not, then the latest supported version of Oracle is 12c which has an end of support date of November 2020, which isn't too far away (in database terms).

Please confirm.

Many thanks.

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  • Posted on Dec 25, 2019 at 01:48 AM
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  • Posted on Feb 21 at 02:26 PM


    For those still interested in this topic, I can confirm it does work. I have tested it using the following configuration:

    • JDK: JDK11
    • Distribution: SAP Commerce 1905.2 (Hybris)
    • DB: Oracle 19c
    • OS: Windows 10
    • JDBC connector: ojdbc7- / ojdbc10.jar

    Apart from not having compatibility issues, after switching from MySql to Oracle, I've noticed a big delay in starting the server. There is a lot of CPU traffic created by the Oracle service just before initializing the application context and the difference is huge (more than 10 minutes of freezing console). I don't know what causes it, if I'll keep this version and time to debug it, I'll come back with another post.

    I know Oracle works way better on UNIX based OSs. Therefore, if you're deciding to move to Oracle DB on a Windows-based machine, you should consider allocating some time for tunning it up, especially on version 19c.



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