Six Releases Just in Time for the Holidays
By Tori Wieldt on Dec 14, 2011
Duke and his elves have been busy in Redwood Shores and throughout the world to bring you five new updates to Java and a special product release:
Java SE for Embedded 6u30
Java Standard Edition (Java SE) for Embedded Devices delivers a secure, optimized runtime environment that is ideal for network-based devices. This release includes numerous bug fixes.
Java SE for Embedded 7u2
This update release includes support for the PowerPC-based processor platform (for e500v2 and e600) as well as additional optimizations for ARM-based processors (Server JIT for ARM v7). Also, starting with 7u2, the native library libattach.so is included with the Java SE for Embedded JRE. This addition enables the troubleshooting tools jmap and jstack for embedded.
The JavaFX 2.0.2 release adds redistribution rights, a support plan, and SWT/JavaFX integration. Also, starting with Java SE 7 Update 2, the JDK includes the JavaFX SDK for your convenience. The JavaFX SDK includes the JavaFX libraries, the JavaFX Runtime and project files you need to get started.
Java SE 6u30
This release includes improved performance and stability, support for Red Hat Enterprise 6, and many security fixes.
Java SE 7u2
This update release contains functionality enhancements for Java applications: new JVM (Java HotSpot Virtual Machine, version 22) that improves reliability and performance, support for Oracle Solaris 11, support for Firefox 5 and later, JavaFX included with Java SE, and many security fixes.
Oracle WebLogic Server 12c
Oracle WebLogic Server provides full support for the latest Java EE specification, Java EE 6. It features better developer productivity and much higher performance.
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