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First of all, Tuxedo 8.0 is past its end of life, so only extended support is available for it at this point. Although you don't say, I'm assuming the client system(s) are using the workstation protocol? In general all versions of Tuxedo workstation clients work with the same or later versions of Tuxedo server (the reverse is probably true as well.) So to get a supported configuration, you need to move to at least Tuxedo 8.1 as it is the oldest standardly supported version. My personal recommendation is that you upgrade to at least Tuxedo 11gR1 or Tuxedo 12cR1 if you are upgrading your operating system versions. Also, those tables aren't compatibility tables, but tables of what we've certified/tested to work. Again in general Tuxedo has provided extremely good compatibility across releases. Is there a reason you aren't going to upgrade to the latest versions of Tuxedo and Solaris?
Oracle Tuxedo Chief Architect
I agree that it would be ideal if Tuxedo Client/Server is also upgraded to the latest version for better support. However, it is business decision (budget/timelines) not to upgrade Tuxedo at the moment (also also some software dependency to Tuxedo). I'm sure sooner or later we will upgrade Tuxedo along with other software which works closely with Tuxedo.
Thanks for your clarifications on the tables that I mentioned. Glad to hear that the compatability is good.