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Is .NET 4.7 certified and supported for OpenEdge ?

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TitleIs .NET 4.7 certified and supported for OpenEdge ?
URL NameIs-NET-4-7-certified-and-supported-for-OpenEdge
Article Number000110040
EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: 12.x
OS: Windows
Other: GUI for .NET
Question/Problem Description
Is .NET 4.7 certified and supported for OpenEdge?

In which OpenEdge release will .NET 4.7 be supported?
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OpenEdge 12.0 is the first OpenEdge version to be certified with .Net 4.7. 

OpenEdge 12.0 ships with .Net 4.7.2.
References to other documentation:

Progress article(s):
 GUI .Net Application crashes after .Net upgrade to 4.7
Last Modified Date11/20/2020 7:05 AM
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