Question 2 Replies 650 Views × Close popover Krishna Nidri (@KrishnaNidri) Intellativ Senior System Architect Intellativ US View Profile Send Message @KrishnaNidri Member since 2008 6 posts Intellativ Posted: July 18, 2018 Last activity: November 5, 2018 Posted: 18 Jul 2018 10:50 EDT Last activity: 5 Nov 2018 15:28 EST Closed Pega 7.2 compatibility with SQL Server 2016 We are planning to upgrade our Database servers to SQL Server 2016 and our current Pega version is 7.2. As per the Pega Platform Support Guide (https://community.pega.com/system/files/media/pdf/2018-06/74_PlatformSupportGuide_June2018.pdf) there is no support for Pega 7.2 with SQL Server 2016. However, as per the comments we understand that the particular component called ADM might have issues with this new version of SQL server. In our application we are not using ADM. We are also going to upgrade the Pega version to 7.4 which is totally compatible with SQL Server 2016 but this can only happen after the database upgrade. So, Can we assume it is safe to upgrade our database server to SQL server 2016? DevOps System Administration Installation and Deployment Upgrades Share × Close popover Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post, learn more × Close popover This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 2 years ago Posted: 18 Jul 2018 20:23 EDT × Close popover Frank Apap (APAPF) PEGA Sr. Director, Product Management PEG US View Profile Send Message APAPF PEGA replied to @KrishnaNidri Hi, looking at the support document what I see is that 7.2.2 is only supported in SQL Server 2014 and the comments around ADM are related to 2014/7.2.2 (although they don't apply to you). SQL Server 2016 is not fully certified and tested on 7.2.2. Posted: 2 years ago Posted: 5 Nov 2018 15:28 EST × Close popover Thirthahalli Shivaprasad (TSHIVAPRASAD) JPMorgan Chase & Co. Vice President JPMorgan Chase & Co. US View Profile Send Message TSHIVAPRASAD JPMorgan Chase & Co. replied to @KrishnaNidri We are also looking at upgarding the DB to SQL Server 2016. Our app is on Pega v7.2.2. We are not using any Pega frameworks. As per the above trail, Pega v7.2.2 is not certified for SQL Server 2016. What if we enable 'run in 2014 compatibility mode' on the SQL Server 2016?