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  2. JENKINS-54305

Oracle JDK 10 not available anymore - Oracle JDK 11 is not free

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      The automatic installation of Tool JDK 10 failed today for us with a 404. It seems Oracle JDK 10 not available anymore at all. And Java 11 cannot be used in production due to new licences. No JDK 11 is available in Jenkins java.sun.com JDK Tool installer.

      https://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk11-downloads-5066655.html

      I guess the tool installer should be changed to use http://openjdk.java.net/projects/jdk/11/ (downloaded from http://jdk.java.net/11/).

      Acceptance criteria

      • a JDK 11 is proposed as download
      • ideally, see if we can still propose JDK10,
      • and JDK12

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            dnusbaum Devin Nusbaum added a comment -

            Baptiste Mathus I added this warning when I split the plugin from core, but it could probably be updated to be more accurate and put in a more visible location so that you don't have to click into the help text to see it.

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            dnusbaum Devin Nusbaum added a comment - Baptiste Mathus I added this warning when I split the plugin from core, but it could probably be updated to be more accurate and put in a more visible location so that you don't have to click into the help text to see it.
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            batmat Baptiste Mathus added a comment -

            Devin Nusbaum awesome! Yes, so then I guess we'll see possibly just make a pass to see if/how we can make this even more visible. But that's already great. Thanks!

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            batmat Baptiste Mathus added a comment - Devin Nusbaum awesome! Yes, so then I guess we'll see possibly just make a pass to see if/how we can make this even more visible. But that's already great. Thanks!
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            djviking Sverre Moe added a comment -

            An installer for JDK from AdoptOpenJDK would be a welcoming addition.

            The Oracle OpenJDK 11 LTS builds will only receive updates for 6 months, while AdoptOpenJDK will commit to providing builds until LTS EOL.

            OpenJDK provides a new feature release every six months, and a maintenance/security update based upon each active release every three months. We will follow this schedule for publishing binary releases from AdoptOpenJDK to ensure you get the latest, most secure builds.

            In addition, every three years one feature release will be designated as the Long Term Supported (LTS) release. We will produce LTS releases for at least four years. This assurance will allow you to stay on a well-defined code stream, and give you time to migrate to the next, new, stable, LTS release when it becomes available.

            Though we still need the Oracle JDK Installer, for those who still use an older JDK.
            We have some legacy application using JDK 1.6 and JDK 1.7.

            I like Baptiste Mathus suggestion of Using a repository manager like Nexus to get the JDK. Then you could get the JDK from your preferred source.

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            djviking Sverre Moe added a comment - An installer for JDK from AdoptOpenJDK would be a welcoming addition. The Oracle OpenJDK 11 LTS builds will only receive updates for 6 months, while AdoptOpenJDK will commit to providing builds until LTS EOL. OpenJDK provides a new feature release every six months, and a maintenance/security update based upon each active release every three months. We will follow this schedule for publishing binary releases from AdoptOpenJDK to ensure you get the latest, most secure builds. In addition, every three years one feature release will be designated as the Long Term Supported (LTS) release. We will produce LTS releases for at least four years. This assurance will allow you to stay on a well-defined code stream, and give you time to migrate to the next, new, stable, LTS release when it becomes available. Though we still need the Oracle JDK Installer, for those who still use an older JDK. We have some legacy application using JDK 1.6 and JDK 1.7. I like Baptiste Mathus suggestion of Using a repository manager like Nexus to get the JDK. Then you could get the JDK from your preferred source.
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            karianna karianna added a comment -

            https://api.adoptopenjdk.net is the location you want to pull in versions via our API.  Let me know if you have any issues.

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            karianna karianna added a comment - https://api.adoptopenjdk.net  is the location you want to pull in versions via our API.  Let me know if you have any issues.
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            oleg_nenashev Oleg Nenashev added a comment -

            Changed to the "Improvement" according to the discussion

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            oleg_nenashev Oleg Nenashev added a comment - Changed to the "Improvement" according to the discussion

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                marcus_phi Marcus Philip
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