One thing our team hears frequently from customers is a variation on “I have to upgrade so that my database will be supported.” This statement just drives me crazy and I will get into the details of why in this article. For the short version as long as you are paying Oracle for support your database is supported regardless of the version. First up, there are two terms surrounding support that need to be understood
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