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I try to find the API RFA 7.x C++ for Solaris Sparc 64 bits Can you help us ?

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Sorry @johan.galliez,

Upon further investigations, I found out the last version that supports Solars Sparc is RFA 7.4 which is not available for download anymore. RFA 7.6.X only supports Solaris x86.

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@johan.galliez,

RFA C++ 7.6.2 for Solaris is available in the RFA download site here.

Just scroll down and expand the "RFA C++ - OLDER VERSIONS" tag. The RFA Solaris packages should include both 32 and 64 bits library files.

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thank you so much for your reply. it's for Solaris SPARC also ?

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Hi @johan.galliez

The download should include Solaris Sparc 64bit libraries for OMM data / RSSL connection.

It does not support legacy SSL/SASS connections / MF data for Solaris Sparc 64bit.

UPDATE: Looks like Sparc libraries will only be in versions released prior to 2013, they were dropped in 2013 and will be End of Life from end of 2018.

I found some Sparc 64bit libs in an older rfa7.2.1.E1 release I had on my HDD and as my colleague just added 7.4 was the last version.

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hi,

thank you all for your reply and precious help

Last question : it means that Solaris Spark (10 or 11) are not supported anymore

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Hello @johan.galliez

Please be informed that the RFA 7.6.x and RFA 8 support Solaris x86 platform only. The RFA 7.4.x is end of life and no longer supported.