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Downloading Windows JDeveloper For Fusion Apps

Oliver Steinmeier
Senior Director

In past blog posts we have explained that Fusion Applications developers working on ADF customizations and extensions for on premise installations should download JDeveloper from eDelivery.   Oracle announced recently that as of June 1, 2015, Fusion Applications will no longer be built for the Windows Server platform (see support note 2017267.1).  If you look on eDelivery, you will consequently no longer find the Windows platform as a choice:

 

This has raised the question: if I develop customizations with JDeveloper on Windows, how do I get the tools?  The answer is pretty simply: the JDeveloper and Companion "disks" have always been identical (platform-independent) for every platform.  Just pick another platform (for example, Linux) and download the zip files.

In this case the Windows installer is included in Disk 1 of 3:

 

 

Please note that Release 8 is currently the latest version generally available for on premises customers. 

Previous Blog posts about Installing JDeveloper for Fusion Apps Developers:  Part 1, Part 2

 

 

 

 

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