Refer to new OC 3.1.3 which is just released, when I checked at installation manual and founded it has been tested with the following components:
- Java 6 Standard Edition Development Kit 6.0 update 24 (Note: Java frequently changes its naming conventions.)
- Tomcat 6.0.32
- PostgreSQL 18.104.22.168 or Oracle 10g or higher
However refer to quote below:
The software dependencies OpenClinica uses are open source, and frequently updated with minor versions and revisions. Sometimes only a matter of weeks separates the release of two adjacent versions. At the time of this OpenClinica release, the latest stable version of Java, Tomcat, and PostgreSQL were used in integrated testing (and are referenced in this document). In some cases, the revision number used is no longer available. In general, you should be able to use more recent minor versions and revisions of the software dependencies. For example, if the installation instructions refer to PostgreSQL 22.214.171.124, then PostgreSQL 8.4.8 should work successfully too (but not PostgreSQL 9).
I did checked for the most recently version of individual component and found the latest of version (within same major version) are:
- Java 6 Standard Edition Development Kit 6.0 update 37
- Tomcat 6.0.36
- PostgreSQL 8.4.14
Ideally the most recently version includes a lot of bug, security fixes, performance improvements, etc ... So I wonder if OC 3.1.3 can use with them without any issue.
Have anyone using OC 3.1.3 with the most recent version of related components listed above?
Any comment, feedback are welcome!
Note: Our OC production server using Windows 2008 R2 (x64) Data Center as OS.