If you don't have SSL turned on in FMS then it does not matter.
Do you have that turned on?
Thank you for your reply.
SSL is turned on and next step is swapping it with a new one. So what is the answer?
If all the clients could connect to FMS13v9 then moving to v10 should not be an issue. V10 just removed some dependency on older Java versions.
Clients need to be on FMP 13v9 at least to connect to FMS14 as noted here:
By the same token I believe your server needs to be at 13v9 before a FM14 client can connect to it
Thank you Wim. I assumed the same but I wish there would be a clear statement what works and what not.
So if I am upgrading to FMSv10 clients running FMP13v5, FMP13v9 and FMP14v3 can connect?
(I guess I am setting up a test server.)
With SSL turned on and using the default FMI cert, I don't think an FMP13v5 client can connect to a v10 server.
(FMP13v5 connects to FMS13v9 with "test" cert.)
so the plan would be all servers first to FMS13v9 - then the clients to FMP13v9 or FMP14v3 - then the server to FMS13v10 ..