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Hans Forbrich wrote:IMHO: Yes ... middleware application servers historically seemed to have been named confusingly for ages ... but as fas as I know the numbering is correct.
Description column for the WebLogic Server 11g references 10g version numbers. Very confusing.
E21764_01 View Library Download (1.2 GB) Oracle WebLogic Server Online Documentation Library 11g Release 1 (10.3.5)
E17904_01 View Library Download (1.2 GB) Oracle WebLogic Server Online Documentation Library 11g Release 1 (10.3.4)
I think is is all sorted again with 12c ( unless it all ends up in a cloud of unknowing .... all this middleware is a muddyware to me with what works with what).
Anyway nice to see u back ......
orafad wrote:Nope. That is just normal Oracle App Server group naming silliness - they never learned to read the manuals which describe the numbering patterns. (I've never understood why Java, especially JEE, groups are so incessantly and adamantly non-conformist.)
You mean like Oracle AS 10g 9.0.4?
It does appear to have been resolved, though.