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    Avadhoot Kulkarni
    SOAP API version Life Cycle InformationAnswered
    Topic posted January 2, 2019 by Avadhoot Kulkarni, tagged SOAP 
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    Title:
    SOAP API version Life Cycle Information
    Summary:
    Oracle Service Clould SOAP API version Life Cycle Information
    Content:

    We have a application which currently uses SOAP API version 1.2 to connect to Oracle Service cloud instance and work with it. So far the SOAP API v1.2 end point seem to be working with the latest Oracle Service Cloud release.

    I want to ask if you have a life cycle information on in which Oracle Service Cloud release, you are planning to deprecate the SOAP API v1.2?

    Also, if there is a community/support page which we can keep tracking to plan out upgrades timely to use the new version of SOAP APIs before they are deprecated.

    Version:
    18C

    Best Comment

    Robert Surujbhan

    Avadhoot, you can keep track of Service Cloud deprecations in Answer ID 5974 of the support knowledge base.  Version 1.1 of the object model (tied to the SOAP API's service description) was deprecated a long while ago with the Feb 2012 release, but it was not removed.  Versions 1.2, 1.3, and even 1.4 of the object model are available now and you can decide which one to use. Just note that new features usually require usage of the latest version (e.g., the Bulk Delete features in ROQL require usage of 1.4). 

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    • Robert Surujbhan

      Avadhoot, you can keep track of Service Cloud deprecations in Answer ID 5974 of the support knowledge base.  Version 1.1 of the object model (tied to the SOAP API's service description) was deprecated a long while ago with the Feb 2012 release, but it was not removed.  Versions 1.2, 1.3, and even 1.4 of the object model are available now and you can decide which one to use. Just note that new features usually require usage of the latest version (e.g., the Bulk Delete features in ROQL require usage of 1.4). 

    • Avadhoot Kulkarni

      Thanks for the detailed and to the point reply.