|Internet Explorer 11.x||✓|
|Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML 14)||✓|
|Mozilla Firefox 68 or later||✓|
|Google Chrome 76 or later||✓|
* We recommend using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (x64) for the best performance and security.
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux (x64)||7||6 and 7|
|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.|
The Acrolinx Core Platform works with the following version of Java.
* We recommend using OpenJDK for the best performance and security.
|OpenJDK 8 64-bit||✓||✓|
|Oracle Java Development Kit (JDK) 8 64-bit||✓|
Acrolinx Terminology and Reporting work with the following databases.
* Recommended - These options provide the best solution for performance and security, and are future proof.
We suggest using PostgreSQL if you’re able to use open-source software and Oracle otherwise.
|Oracle*||12.2||11.2** and 12.2|
** The only exception is the RAC option, which isn’t supported.
|PostgreSQL*||10||9.5 and 10|
|H2/Apache Derby||Limited Support||The latest supported version of this database is installed with Acrolinx for testing and demonstration purposes. However, this database isn’t suitable for storing large volumes of data in a production environment.|
|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.|