Oracle applications 11.5.8 - When will this go off support and upgrade paths

Posted on 2006-04-12
Last Modified: 2013-11-23
I was wondering when Oracle EBusiness Suite 11.5.8 will go off support and what are our upgrade path options. Thanks!
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    I could not find a de-support notice for 11.5.8.  In general, however, 11i customers are encouraged to upgrade to  We just did that recently and it was a fairly straight-forward experience.  I would recommend that you make plans and go ahead and do this upgrade.  

    Use the TUMS (The Upgrade Maintenance Script) to help guide you in the correct upgrade path.  There are so many variations in environment and setup that using TUMS is the best way to make sure you are only doing the steps to upgarde that are necessary for your particular installation of 11i.

    There are many documents you need to read in planning an upgrade for your environment/platform.  Go to metalink EBusiness 11i, you can start with,
    Note:259484.1  Oracle Applications Release 11.5.10 Maintenance Pack  Installation Instructions

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