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What is the version of RFA that changed its embedded DACS 6.x version to DACS 7.x ?

Hi Team,

Could you please give me the RFA version that changed from embedded DACS 6.x version to DACS 7.x version?

To give you more context about why I am asking this question, the new version of DACS has some changed to not support the EOL DACS library versions. The dacs.snk rejects a connection from deprecated API such as DACS 4, DACS 5 and DACS 6 libraries.

I cannot find the DACS library version embedded in the RFA API information on the API compatibility matrix and README documents.

Thanks,

Sato

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Hello @Akechi Sato

Thank you for reaching out to us. I have contacted the RFA team. The team give me the RFA versions - embedded DACS versions table as follows:

### RFA Java ###

rfa-java.png

  • The Green highlighted means the latest active and downloadable version of the RFA.
  • The Yello highlighted means versions of RFA and DACS when DACS was switched from 6.X to 7.X.

### RFA C++ ###

rfa-c.png


  • The Green highlighted means the latest active and downloadable version of the RFA.
  • The Yello highlighted means versions of RFA and DACS when DACS was switched from 6.X to 7.X.




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Hi @Akechi Sato

About the RFA .NET, please find more detail below.

### RFA .NET ###

rfa-net.png

  • The Green highlighted means the latest active and downloadable version of the RFA.
  • The Yello highlighted means versions of RFA and DACS when DACS was switched from 6.X to 7.X.


I hope this information helps.


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