Where did you found "the supported version of PostgreSQL" ? The
closest that might be seen like this (but is really not) is the
version of PGSQL used for tests declared in the parent pom.xml and
this one did not changed a bit between

On Mon, Mar 28, 2016 at 1:46 PM, Mark Sack <mark.s...@secti.al.gov.br> wrote:
> I noticed that the supported version of PostgreSQL for XWiki 8.0 is 9.4.5.
> But for 7.4.2 it is 9.5. Is there some significance to this, eg. there is
> some function in 8.0 that was found not to work with PostgreSQL 9.5? Or is
> this simply an artefact of the testing process? Is there a need to downgrade
> PostgreSQL to 9.4.5 if I upgrade XWiki to 8.0?
> The database support strategy page could be interpreted to indicate that all
> PostgreSQL 9.x releases are supported. But I find it hard to believe that
> you would be that generous (9.0 has reached its end of life milestone and
> 9.1 is almost there).
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