The VMware Product Interoperability Matrix provides details about the compatibility of current and earlier versions of VMware v Sphere components, including ESXi, VMware v Center Server, the v Sphere Web Client, and optional VMware products.
Back to top Fix release date: 16 December 2016 Last modified: 16 December 2016 Status: Available When timestamps are included as search values and Microsoft SQL Server is the IBM BPM database, entries might be found even though the milliseconds of the given timestamp value to be searched does not exactly match the milliseconds of the timestamp value of the entry.
This behavior occurs because milliseconds are rounded to increments of .000, .003, or .007 seconds by the database.
The v Sphere Web Client and v Sphere Client are packaged with v Center Server.
To view a list of processors, storage devices, SAN arrays, and I/O devices that are compatible with v Sphere 6.5, use the ESXi 6.5 information in the VMware Compatibility Guide.
Updated on: 21 February 2017 ESXi 6.5 | | ISO Build 4564106 v Center Server 6.5 | | ISO Build 4602587 v Center Server Appliance 6.5 | | Build 4602587 Check for additions and updates to these release notes.
This release of v Sphere 6.5 includes ESXi 6.5 and v Center Server 6.5.
JBoss EAP 6’s domain management operation handlers can specify if a runtime update should be performed as a result of an update to the model.
In previous versions, the operation handler was only requesting runtime updates for outbound LDAP connection definitions if running in a server process.
Read about the new and enhanced features in this release in What's New in VMware v Sphere 6.5.
VMware v Sphere 6.5 is available in the following languages: Components of VMware v Sphere 6.5, including v Center Server, ESXi, the v Sphere Web Client, the v Sphere Client, and the v Sphere Host Client do not accept non-ASCII input.
The use HTTPSURLPrefixes property is now set to true during a cumulative fix upgrade from deployment environments created in IBM BPM V18.104.22.168.