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The NextGen Connect Integration Engine Server is a fully standalone application that does not require any sort of application server. You do not need to install any sort of container service like Tomcat, Glassfish, etc.

Java Requirements

The NextGen Connect Integration Engine Server, Command Line Interface, and Administrator are cross-platform applications that only require a JRE/JDK (Java installation). As of version 3.7, OpenJDK is supported in addition to the official Oracle JRE/JDK. OpenJDK has many different distributions from various organizations, but the one we recommend using is the official Oracle OpenJDK distribution.

Supported Java versions for each NextGen Connect Integration Engine version appear in this table:

 

3.0.2 - 3.1.x3.2.x - 3.4.x3.5.x3.6.x3.7.x+
Java 6

(tick)

(error)

(error)

(error)(error)
Java 7

(tick)

(tick)

(error)

(error)(error)
Java 8

(tick)

(tick)

(tick)

(tick)(tick)
Java 9(error)(error)(error)(tick)(tick)
Java 10(error)(error)(error)(tick)(tick)
Java 11+(error)(error)(error)(error)(tick)
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When using Java 9 or greater, there are some additional JVM options that need to be set. See the User Guide for more information.

Database Requirements

The NextGen Connect Integration Engine Server requires a database for its configuration and message store. For quick deployment, development, and testing, NextGen Connect Integration Engine already includes an embedded database (Apache Derby). For production, the latest version of NextGen Connect Integration Engine supports the following databases:

  • PostgreSQL 8.3+
  • MySQL 5.6+
  • Oracle 10gR2+
  • SQL Server 2005+

Note that the above database requirements only apply to what is used for the configuration and message store of the NextGen Connect Integration Engine Server, and have no impact on which databases NextGen Connect Integration Engine can interface with. 

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