Yes for 9.6.1 it is not certified. This is our requirement to install Informatica 9.6.1 in Windows 2019 with SQL Server 2019. Kindly let me know any pointers how to achieve this.
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As said by Pavan, it is not supported and recommended to install 9.6.1 on Windows 2019 as we never tested and certified. If you are trying to upgrade your PC from 9.6.1 to any latest version, We will recommend you to install 9.6.1 on windows 2012 first then follow the below path.
Apply HF4 on top of 9.6.1
Upgrade to windows 2012R2
Upgrade PC from 9.6.1HF4 to 10.2
Upgrade 10.2 to 10.4.1
Now, Upgrade windows to 2019
Hi Thiru Murugan,
Unfortunately, you cannot install 9.6.1 on windows 2019. Instead, you can try installing supported versions like 10.4.1.
If your requirement is to install 9.6.1, then you have to use one of the supported OS and DB. And then upgrade to the latest version of Informatica and upgrade DB as well.
Also, 9.6.1 has reached EOL and if you face any issue then you would not receive any support from Informatica GCS.
I already pointed out the same things in your other post: Informatica 9.6.1 will support DB Microsoft SQL server 2014
And I stated very clearly that you have to stick to the supported OS and DBMS versions at all costs. Everything else is a waste of time, no matter whether your managers like this statement or not. Technical facts (such as 9.6.1 not running on Windows server 2019) cannot be negotiated, even your managers have to accept them. Period.
Please stop wasting your and our time by reposting questions which already have been answered.
One personal note: please don't get me wrong about my previous statement. I'm not "angry" with you or anything similar. I'm just tired of stupid and - technically - useless requests by managers. Managers usually don't care for technoloy and its constraints, they just want to have an "easy" life; so they request from people like you or me that we set up up 9.6.1 on an unsupported platform, hoping that people like us will somehow make it work, meaning they don't have to cater for the necessary hard- and software for the complete upgrade path.
I understand this attitude, but life does not always with such requirements, and that's something that these people (certain managers) have to learn as well. Not worth discussing with them, they just have to accept facts. Period.