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ColdFusion now supports Java 12, which is already EOL. Should you use it? Java 13? 11?

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October 24, 2019 05:27:35 PM GMT
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<p>Even though Adobe just added support for Java 12 to CF2018 and CF2016, I will propose you should not use that, but instead should use the latest version of Java 11. Read on for more.</p>
<p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://coldfusion.adobe.com/2019/10/coldfusion-now-supports-java-12-already-eol-use-java-13-11/">ColdFusion now supports Java 12, which is already EOL. Should you use it? Java 13? 11?</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://coldfusion.adobe.com">ColdFusion</a>.</p>
Labels: Blog, Java, Support, blog, ColdFusion, java, support

Comments:

Thank you SO MUCH for this post. You just cleared up a lot of confusion for me over this issue.
Comment by Delxino
2468 | October 24, 2019 05:38:12 PM GMT
And thank YOU. Getting even such simple feedback is more valuable than most may realize.
Comment by Charlie Arehart
2471 | October 24, 2019 11:46:19 PM GMT
Thank you Charlie! Note: for CF2016 with Java 8 the latest version is 1.8.0_231, right?
Comment by Paolo Olocco
2470 | October 25, 2019 09:01:06 AM GMT
Thank Charlie! For CF2016 with Java 8 the latest version is 1.8.0_231, right?
Comment by Paolo Olocco
2469 | October 25, 2019 12:50:08 PM GMT
Thanks, so much, Paolo. I had missed the news of that (Oct 15, during the CF Summit week), though I did mention 11.0.5. I have corrected the 221 reference. Again, thanks.
Comment by Charlie Arehart
2474 | October 26, 2019 01:38:08 PM GMT
Yes. 1.8.0_231. I upgradeed my web development server (CF2016 64-bit / Windows Server 2012) and ColdFusion Studio 3.x to this version last week. No problems so far. Thanks for this article Charlie! :)
Comment by Peter Tilbrook
2476 | October 27, 2019 09:17:01 PM GMT