Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle ADF Blog

  • August 30, 2017

Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle ADF Are Now Available

Shay Shmeltzer
Director of Product Management - Oracle

We are happy to announce the release of the new Oracle JDeveloper and Oracle ADF - as part of the larger Oracle Fusion Middleware release.

Get them now from OTN!

For us this release focused on stability and improving the product through extensive bug fixes. You can see a list of the bugs fixed in this release in our release notes - note that this list includes only bugs reported by customers, there are other bugs that we fixed that were reported by internal Oracle teams.

If you are on an older version of JDev/ADF (before 12.2.1.*) and wondering what new features are available in this branch you should look at these documents - new in, new in

Let us know how the new version works for you on the JDev/ADF community page.

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Comments ( 5 )
  • Hans W Saturday, September 9, 2017
    After one year version + - wow!
  • Dinong Wednesday, September 27, 2017

    This bug still exists in JDEV

    Opening a large project in JDEV on a Windows 10 VM with 8GB of memory causes JDEV to hang("compiling transient expression").
  • Shay Wednesday, September 27, 2017
    Dinong - I believe that the current behavior is that the compiling is done only once when you open a project and then cached - so further work would be faster. In older version there was continuous compiling that slowed the regular work with the IDE.
    If this is not the behavior you see please contact Oracle Support.
  • P nikolaou Monday, October 28, 2019
    Developing a Jax-WS even a client with jdev12.2.1.3 , it cannot run in windows and jdk1.8 because the path uses to run is very long.
    Please solve these difficulties and take care of problems in new versions
  • Shay Monday, October 28, 2019
    P nikolaou - try posting on our forum: https://community.oracle.com/community/groundbreakers/java/java_development_tools/application_development_in_java/jdeveloper_and_adf/content
    In general this is a windows issue - you can move your JDev and JDK installation into top level directories such as c:jdk8
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