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  • Users who possess newer builds of popular databases. For example, OpenLink may provide software for Sybase 11 systems. However, users have Sybase 12. In most instances, consultants should encourage users to download the closest match to their database version. OpenLink's software is upwards compatible and should function with the newer product. Be advised - Progress databases and OpenLink's Progress software are compatible, as long as both products share the same major number. For instance, OpenLink's Progress 8 database agents will connect to most Progress 8 databases. However Progress 7 database agents will not connect to Progress 8 databases.
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