Oracle 10 was supported until version 3.3 of Confluence. My company still works with Oracle v.10 and will keep doing so for at least a year. That is what is keeping us from adopting Confluence. Has anyone ever tried to use newer versions of Confluence with Oracle 10, and ran into problems?
The newest versions of Confluence needs some specific resources from Oracle 11, so it is not able even to installing with Oracle 10.x. What I can suggest you, since Oracle database is a great application but expensive also, it's to migrate from your old 3.3 version to Confluence 4.0 with a free database. You can use both MySQL and PostgreSQL, and PostgreSQL is a very interesting database. It's able to run well with low and high workloads. You can test in a trial version to assure that. ;)
Oracle 10g is old, and you are probably paying high fees for extended support. Even if 10g did work with later versions of Atlassian, you are only going to spend time upgrading it later. It really is time to move on to the newer version (126.96.36.199 is the latest, and it works fine with Confluence).
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