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Support for SQL Server 2019 in Confluence LTS

So, I saw that Confluence 7.16 includes supports for SQL Server 2019. (Can you tell I've been waiting for this awhile? ;))

My question is when can I see this support in a new version of LTS (7.13)?

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Peter DeWitt Community Leader Feb 03, 2022

@Robert Wen_ReleaseTEAM_ I'd be shocked if they added the functionality to a previous LTS version. You will probably need to wait for the next one.

 

For those who wonder how Robert knows which SQL version works with what release, here is a link to the compatibility matrix:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/supported-platforms-207488198.html

-pjd

Yeah, Jira's LTS is already at 8.20.

Confluence 7.17 LTS? :-)

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