Microsoft Windows Server 2019 certified with EBS 12.2 and 12.1.3

September 3, 2021 | 2 minute read
John Abraham
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I'm pleased to announce that Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) Releases 12.2.3 (or later) and 12.1.3 are now certified on Microsoft Windows Server 2019 on x86-64.

Installations of EBS 12.2 on Windows Server 2019 require:

  • Microsoft Visual Studio 2019 along with other required tools (please review References below)
  • Application of specific patches to the latest startCD prior to running Rapid Install
  • Application of product specific EBS patches
  • Minimum release levels for technology components such as the Oracle Database

Cloning of existing EBS 12.2 and 12.1 environments on Windows to Windows Server 2019 is certified using the standard Rapid Clone process as are in-place OS upgrades to Windows Server 2019.

All requirements, known issues, unsupported products, etc. are noted in the Installation and Upgrade Notes (IUN) for EBS 12.2 and the Migration Note for EBS 12.1 referenced below.

The Certifications tab ('Certify') on My Oracle Support ( is in the process of being updated with this information.


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John Abraham


John Abraham is a Director of Product Management in the Applications Technology Group for Oracle E-Business Suite. He heads product management for the E-Business Suite Platform Engineering group responsible for the release and certifications of the E-Business Suite and its technology on hardware platforms and systems. The team is also responsible for certifying migrations of the E-Business Suite between platforms, including cross platform migrations to the Oracle Cloud.

John joined Oracle in 2003 and has wide experiences in development (user interface, systems engineering), design, and product management. He enjoys hiking, most things culinary, watching (though no longer playing) soccer and occasionally hitting tennis balls with friends.

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