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Target Version

When creating a new Developer Studio project a Target Version needs to be specified.
See table below for a description of them all.

Name Description
22R1-EA 22R1 Early Access
21R2-GA 21R2 General Availability
21R2-EA 21R2 Early Access
21R1-GA 21R1 General Availability
21R1-EA 21R1 Early Access
10-UPDATE12 10 UPDATE 15
10-UPDATE12 10 UPDATE 14
10-UPDATE12 10 UPDATE 13
10-UPDATE12 10 UPDATE 12
10-UPDATE11 10 UPDATE 11
10-UPDATE10 10 UPDATE 10
10-UPDATE9 10 UPDATE 9
10-UPDATE8 10 UPDATE 8
10-UPDATE7 10 UPDATE 7
10-UPDATE6 10 UPDATE 6
10-UPDATE5 10 UPDATE 5
10-UPDATE4 10 UPDATE 4
10-UPDATE3 10 UPDATE 3
10-UPDATE2-AB1 10 UPDATE 2 with Aurena Beta (prior to 10 UPDATE3)
10-UPDATE2 10 UPDATE 2
10-UPDATE1 10 UPDATE 1
10-CORE 10 CORE track
10-BETA 10 BETA track
9.0-UPDATE16 9.0 UPDATE 16
9.0-UPDATE15 9.0 UPDATE 15
9.0-UPDATE14 9.0 UPDATE 14
9.0-UPDATE13 9.0 UPDATE 13
9.0-UPDATE11 9.0 UPDATE 11
9.0-UPDATE10 9.0 UPDATE 10
9.0-UPDATE8 9.0 UPDATE 8
9.0-UPDATE7 9.0 UPDATE 7
9.0-UPDATE6 9.0 UPDATE 6
9.0-UPDATE5 9.0 UPDATE 5
9.0-UPDATE4 9.0 UPDATE 4
9.0-UPDATE3 9.0 UPDATE 3
9.0-UPDATE2 9.0 UPDATE 2
9.0-UPDATE1_P1 9.0 UPDATE 1 Patch 1 (LCS-127195)
9.0-UPDATE1 9.0 UPDATE 1
9.0-CORE 9.0 RTM
9.0-PREP Preparation for 9.0 track, for refactoring to APP9 only

Each Target Version makes the project behave differently. It decides:

  • how the generated code will look like in the end.

  • which version of the bundled Application Server will be installed.

  • what versions of the bundled libraries are used (Java Server Framework, Web Client)