xTuple Supported Versions

 

 

End of Life Policy

Here at xTuple, we pride ourselves on a high-quality product created — in concert with our corporate development team — by a hard-working community of customers, partners and open source users worldwide, and we encourage everyone to keep moving forward with increasingly more modern releases of our software.

Guidelines for "end of life" policy regarding supported versions

xTuple provides commercial support for the past seven (7) minor releases of the Software. For example, if the current shipping release is 4.6.0, then xTuple would support versions 3.8.4 through 4.6.0.

Any specific releases deemed unsupportable will be listed below; if you are running an unsupportable release, please contact xTuple to arrange for an upgrade. Also check the Support Portal and and Compatibility Matrix below.

Business Continuity — Off-site Backup and Disaster Recovery Service

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Series 4

Release No. Release Date Notes
4.12.0   in development
4.11.3 April-2018 currently supported release
4.11.2 Dec-2017 upgrade to 4.11.3 recommended
4.11.1 Oct-2017 upgrade to 4.11.3 recommended
4.11.0 Aug-2017 upgrade to 4.11.3 recommended
4.10.0 Oct-2016 currently supported release
4.9.5 May-2016 currently supported release
4.9.3 Feb-2016 upgrade to 4.9.5 recommended
4.9.2 Oct-2015 upgrade to 4.9.5 recommended
4.9.1 Sept-2015 upgrade to 4.9.5 recommended
4.9.0 Jul-2015 upgrade to 4.9.5 recommended
4.8.1 Jan-2015 currently supported release
4.8.0 Dec-2014 upgrade to 4.8.1 recommended
4.7.0 Oct-2014 currently supported release
4.6.0 Aug-2014 currently supported release
4.5.2 July-2014 currently supported release
4.5.1 June-2014 upgrade to 4.5.2 recommended
4.5.0 June-2014 upgrade to 4.5.2 recommended

 

Need to Upgrade? Ensure your version is compatible

Compatibility Matrix
Customer Support

Series 1-4

Release No. Release Date Notes
4.4.1 May-2014 not supported
4.4.0 April-2014 not supported
4.3.1 Mar-2014 not supported
4.3.0 Feb-2014 not supported
4.2.1 Nov-2013 not supported
4.2.0 Nov-2013 not supported
4.1.0 Sept-2013 not supported
4.0.5 June-2013 not supported
4.0.4 May-2013 not supported
4.0.3 Apr-2013 not supported
4.0.2 Feb-2013 not supported
4.0.1 Jan-2013 not supported
4.0.0 Dec-2012 not supported
3.8.4 July-2012 not supported
3.8.3 June-2012 not supported
3.8.2 May-2012 not supported
3.8.1 Apr-2012 not supported
3.8.0 Dec-2011 not supported
3.7.4 Oct-2011 not supported
3.7.3 Aug-2011 not supported
3.7.2 Sept-2011 not supported
3.7.1 June-2011 not supported
3.7.0 May-2011 not supported
3.6.2 Feb-2011 not supported
3.6.1 Jan-2011 not supported
3.6.0 Dec-2010 not supported
3.5.6 Nov-2010 not supported
3.5.5 Oct-2010 not supported
3.5.4 Sept-2010 not supported
3.5.3 Aug-2010 not supported
3.5.2 July-2010 not supported
3.5.1 July-2010 not supported
3.5.0 May-2010 not supported
3.4.0 Dec-2009 not supported
3.3.0 Oct-2009 not supported
3.3.0 Sept-2009 not supported
3.2.2 May-2009 not supported
3.2.1 Feb-2009 not supported
3.2.0 Jan-2009 not supported
3.1.0 Oct-2008 not supported
3.0.1 July-2008 not supported
3.0.0 June-2008 not supported
     
2.3.2 Apr-2008 not supported
2.3.1 Mar-2008 not supported
2.3.0 Dec-2007 not supported
2.2.1 Sept-2007 not supported
2.2.0 Aug-2007 not supported
2.1.1 Jul-2007 not supported
2.1.0 May-2007 not supported
2.0.2 Apr-2007 not supported
2.0.1 Dec-2006 not supported
2.0.0 Oct-2006 not supported
     
1.3.2 Jun-2006 not supported
1.3.1 Feb-2006 not supported
1.3.0 Feb-2006 not supported
1.2.0 Aug-2005 not supported
1.1.5 Jun-2005 not supported
1.1.4 Feb-2005 not supported
1.1.3 Jan-2005 not supported
1.1.2 Nov-2004 not supported
1.1.1 Nov-2004 not supported
1.1.0 Oct-2004 not supported

 

Built-in tension is often the norm with software vendors and users still on older versions. Users get comfortable with stable product releases, and let's be honest, sometimes software companies put out some real stinkers. We get it! One of our favorite online resources online is OldVersion.com.