By Roger Yeung on Nov 04, 2009
Java SE 6 Update 17 is now available. Get it now and stay with the latest version!
Java SE 6 Update 10 Beta
Java SE 6 Update 10 introduces new features and enhancements aimed at providing an optimized consumer end-user experience. Download it now.
Java SE and NetBeans IDE Cobundle (JDK 6.0u6 / NB 6.0.1) Final Release
Get both the Java SE platform and the NetBeans IDE in one download.
Java SE for Business: Versions 6u6, 5u15, 1.4.2_17
Java SE for Business is a new product based on Sun's Java SE that offers customers faster access to critical fixes, a longer roadmap for support, and enterprise features designed to reduce the cost of deployment.
Java Real-Time System 2.1 Beta
The Sun Java Real-Time System (Java RTS) is Sun's commercial implementation of the Real-Time Specification for Java (JSR 1). Implementations of the RTSJ make standard Java technology more deterministic and enable it to meet rigorous timing requirements for mission-critical real-time applications.
Java Card Specification 3.0 First Customer Ship
Open and interoperable Java Card technology enables smart cards and other resource-constrained devices to securely run Java technology-based applications. This new spec continues the cross-platform and cross-vendor applet interoperability of the Java Card 2.2.2 platform and adds the revolutionary functionality of multiple communication interfaces, each capable of running with independent co-resident applications.
JSR 235 Service Data Objects 2.1.1 EDR
This JSR defines core infrastructure APIs for heterogeneous data access that supports common application design patterns and higher-level tools and frameworks.
JSR 303 Bean Validation 1.0 EDR
This JSR will define a metadata model and API for JavaBean validation based on annotations, with overrides and extended metadata through the use of XML validation descriptors.
In b13, we introduce new Java system properties to support the usage of version download and Pack200 without any server side requirements. This addresses the issue that is raised in RFE 6378311. This increases the flexibility of deploying version download and Pack200 JARs without using JNLPDownloadServlet on web servers.
For more information about the new Java system properties and usage, please refer to the testing guideline.
Let us know how you feel and report any issue to our forums.
We have included new documentations for the New Plug-In. It provides detail descriptions of the exciting features in New Plug-In. These include how to set VM parameters per applet and how to run applets in separate VMs.
Deploy Java with Deployment Toolkit, and Java Kernel. Load your applets in the New Plug-In. Observe the performance enhancements with Java QuickStarter and hardware acceleration support. Last but not least, switch your GUI apps to the new Look and Feel, Nimbus.
We want to know what you think about the new features! Please send us your comments or report any bugs you've found: