Like any software over time, some features and options become obsolete or less useful over time. In some cases, deprecations also occur due to 3rd party end-of-service and end-of-life. In these cases, JFrog makes the decision to deprecate these features and functions, replacing them with a better solution. To make it easier for you see when (in which version) a deprecation occurs, the following document lists the deprecations in the JFrog Platform per version.
We have also linked to this page from the Release Notes of the version in question to make it easier for you to track this information.