Essbase Release 21c Grace Periods for Error Correction
(Doc ID 2785458.1)
Last updated on JULY 02, 2021
Applies to:Hyperion Essbase - Version 18.104.22.168.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This document provides important information about error correction timelines for Oracle Essbase 21c, and is used in conjunction with the Lifetime Support Policy: Oracle Technology Products (LSP), the Database, FMW, Enterprise Manager, TimesTen In-Memory Database, and OCS Software Error Correction Support Policy (ECP) and the Software Technical Support Policy (TSP). These documents provide Oracle's position regarding the support of Oracle Essbase. With these documents, an administrator can plan maintenance activities based on the dates and guidelines provided.
Within the Premier and Extended Support phases of Lifetime Support, only certain versions of a release are eligible for error correction (bug fixes/patching).
- Please see the Database, FMW, Enterprise Manager, TimesTen In-Memory Database, and OCS Software Error Correction Support Policy for information on error correction policies.
- Click here to view the specific policy document for Database, Enterprise Manager, Essbase.
- Grace period end dates, which define the end of error correction for specific products and versions, are found below.
Please note: For error correction timelines for Essbase 11.1.x and prior, please see Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Release 11.1 Grace Periods for Error Correction (Doc ID 1590676.1).
PLEASE NOTE: When the grace period end date has been reached, no additional fixes will be developed. The grace period is defined as the period of time following the release of a new Release Update during which Oracle will create new fixes for both the new and previous Release Update, allowing customers time to plan for and install the new version.
Hyperion Essbase 21c
Version Release Date
Grace Period End Date
|22.214.171.124.0||Linux||December 2020||November 2021||Initial Release|
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