Third-Party Component Versions for FME Flow

Liz Sanderson
Liz Sanderson
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Introduction

Third-party components are included with the FME Flow (formerly Server) installation. The following list is the version of the main components that get installed with each release. If you would like to know all of the third-party components that are used in FME Flow, view the legal notice.
 

Database Server

If you do not provide your own database server, the default database provided with the FME Flow installation is PostgreSQL. The database provides the framework where all information relating to FME Flow is stored e.g. jobs, workspaces, automations, user roles and accounts, etc.
 

Release Version
2024.0 PostgreSQL 16.1*
2023.2 PostgreSQL 15.4*
2023.1 PostgreSQL 11.18*
2023.0 PostgreSQL 11.18*
2022.2.1 PostgreSQL 11.15*
2022.2 PostgreSQL 11.15*
2022.1 PostgreSQL 11.15*
2022.0      PostgreSQL 11.15*
2021.2 PostgreSQL 11.13
2021.1 PostgreSQL 11.10
2021.0 PostgreSQL 11.10
2020.1 PostgreSQL 10.0.10
2020.0 PostgreSQL 10.0.10
2019.2 PostgreSQL 9.5.14
2019.1 PostgreSQL 9.5.14
2019.0 PostgreSQL 9.5.14
2018.1 PostgreSQL 9.5.12
2018.0 PostgreSQL 9.5.6
2017.1.0 PostgreSQL 9.5.6
2017.0.1 PostgreSQL 9.5.3
2016.1.1 PostgreSQL 9.2.14

 

*In FME Flow 2022.0 and newer on Linux OS the installer will first check if PostgreSQL is already installed on the system, if it is detected, this version will be used. If not, the installer will fetch the version of PostgreSQL that is available through the systems package manager. 

 

Web Application Server

FME Flow uses an Apache Tomcat servlet to run the FME Flow Web Services. If you would prefer to provide your own web application server see the documentation
 

Release Version
2024.0 Tomcat 9.0.85
2023.2 Tomcat 9.0.78
2023.1 Tomcat 9.0.78
2023.0 Tomcat 9.0.73
2022.2.1 Tomcat 9.0.68
2022.2 Tomcat 9.0.67
2022.1 Tomcat 9.0.62
2022.0 Tomcat 9.0.58
2021.2 Tomcat 9.0.52
2021.1 Tomcat 9.0.44
2021.0 Tomcat 9.0.41
2020.1 Tomcat 9.0.35
2020.0 Tomcat 9.0.24
2019.2 Tomcat 8.5.32
2019.1 Tomcat 8.5.32
2019.0 Tomcat 8.5.32
2018.1 Tomcat 8.5.14
2018.0 Tomcat 8.5.14
2017.1.0 Tomcat 8.5.14
2017.0.1 Tomcat 8.5.5
2016.1.1 Tomcat 8.0.32

 

Java 

FME Flow SSL configuration uses the Java Development Kit and JMS messaging service. Java is also used for various things on the backend. 

Release Version
2024.0 OpenJDK 17.0.9+9
2023.2 OpenJDK 17.0.8+7
2023.1 OpenJDK 17.0.5+8
2023.0 OpenJDK 17.0.5+8
2022.2.1 OpenJDK 8u345-b01
2022.2 OpenJDK 8u345-b01
2022.1 OpenJDK 8u265-b01
2022.0 OpenJDK 8u265-b01
2021.2 OpenJDK 8u265-b01
2021.1 OpenJDK 8u265-b01
2020.2 OpenJDK 8u265-b01
2020.1 OpenJDK 8u242-b08
2020.0 OpenJDK 8u212-b03
2019.2 OpenJDK 8u212-b03
2019.1 OpenJDK 8u212-b03
2019.0 OpenJDK 8u181-b13
2018.1 OpenJDK 8u181-b13

 

NGINX

In FME Flow 2022.0 and newer on Linux OS FME Flow now uses NGINX as a reverse proxy. The installer will first check if NGINX is already installed on the system, if it is detected, this version will be used. If not, the installer will fetch the version of NGINX that is available through the systems package manager. 

 

Python

Please see Build Numbers for FME Versions for the Python versions that are shipped and supported with FME releases. 

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