For the latest releases, see our Acrolinx Core Platform Releases.
Supported web browsers for access to the Dashboard and Term Browser.
|Internet Explorer 11.x||✓|
|Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML 14)||✓|
|Mozilla Firefox 68 or later||✓|
|Google Chrome 76 or later||✓|
If the Acrolinx Private Cloud isn't an option for you, this is the combination of software that we support for Acrolinx installations.
It's tested, supported, and works best in production.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6&7 (x64)
|7||6 and 7|
|Java||OpenJDK 8 64-bit||✓||✓|
|Databases||Oracle||12.2||11.2** and 12.2|
|** The only exception is the RAC option, which isn’t supported.|
|PostgreSQL||9.6||9.6 and 10|
This is software for an Acrolinx On-Premise installation that we'll support until September 30, 2020.
Supported until September 30, 2020.
|Operating System||Microsoft Windows Server||2012 R2 64-bit and 2016 64-bit|
|Windows OS - Service packs aren’t explicitly listed. Acrolinx supports service packs and minor versions.|
|Java||Oracle Java Development Kit (JDK) 8 64-bit||✓|
|Databases||Microsoft SQL Server (single database)||2014 64-bit and 2016 64-bit|
|MySQL Community Edition||5.7.x|
|The terminology and reporting databases require a case-insensitive UTF-8 collation. You can’t add terms that contain four-byte UTF-8 characters. This restriction is usually no issue because the UTF-8 characters in most languages require a maximum of three bytes.|