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Latest Java SE Patch Updates on MOS (Doc ID 1414485.1)

Last updated on MARCH 20, 2024

Applies to:

Java SE JDK and JRE - Version 1.4.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

This document lists the Well Known Patch numbers for all versions of Java SE.  These Well Known Patches always point to the latest Critical Patch Update (CPU) for that version of Java SE.  CPUs are released once a quarter in January, April, July, and October.  They are released on the Tuesday closest to the 17th of that month.

How to Use This Page

Follow these steps to download a given release of Java SE or one of its tools:

  1. Find the version you want in the table in the “DETAILS” section.
  2. Once you have found the desired version, click the patch number in the left-most column. This opens a new tab in your browser for the Patches & Updates tab, which contains the patch number and product name.
  3. On the right-hand side is a drop-down list labeled Platform. From the list, choose the operating system you want, then click the Download button.
  4. A new dialog box appears that contains the download link to the file. Click it or right-click it and choose Save As from the pop-up menu to begin the download.

 The downloaded file will contain all of the installers available for that OS.

 

Scope

Alerts/Notices
Note: You must have a current commercial license or support contract with Oracle that includes Oracle Java SE to use the Oracle JRE Updates and Oracle JDK Updates available on the Support Portal.  The Oracle Java Binary Code License for the Java SE Platform Products that may appear on installation or otherwise is not a commercial license for this purpose.  Please contact your Oracle sales representative if you are unsure whether you have the proper license or would like to obtain one.

Access Control Notes

  • Any customer that has a Java SE commercial license or support contract with Oracle that includes Oracle Java SE may download any JRE/JDK posted on MOS.  Additionally, any customer who has support for an Oracle Product that requires Java SE as a component can download any version of JRE/JDK certified for and required to be run with that supported product version.  See Document 1557737.1 for specific details and exceptions.
  • Usually, none of the patches below are protected by a password, but any download from MOS is being recorded. If you find a patch that is protected by a password and you think you should have access to it, please see Document 1592657.1 before logging a Service Request (SR).

 

General Notes

  • Standard Build Number for Java 8 Releases on MOS. Java 8 patch updates are now released on MOS as Build 25, e.g. 1.8.0_181-b25. This build (b25) is equivalent to the publicly available build provided on OTN. The difference is the installer is targeted to licensed customers, rather than the public, with simplified auto-update messaging, which avoids notices that do not apply to licensed customers.
  • The Java SE patches included in this document contain JDK, JRE and if applicable, SERVER JRE distributions for all of the platforms certified for these versions.  However, for Solaris platforms, only file-based distributions are included.  They do not include Java patches for Solaris packages (IPS and SVR4), which may be obtained from Document 1397756.1
  • Patches for the Linux platform include *.tar.gz files for file-based installation and *.rpm files for installation with an RPM package manager.  RPM files are signed effective with the following releases: Java SE 11.0.1, Java SE 8u181, Java SE 7u201.
  • The Java SE patches include the latest (newest) patch update for each version.  If you need an older patch update or a Bundled Patch Release (BPR), see Document 1439822.1.  If you need a particular build that is not available in any of these documents, please submit a Service Request (SR) with Oracle.
  • Older versions of the JRE and JDK that are no longer supported are noted in the table below.  They contain the last patch update produced for that version and are provided to help developers debug issues in older systems. They are not updated with the latest security patches and are not recommended nor supported for use in production. 
  • A patch is usually stored in the .zip format and can contain multiple deliverables. 
  • The Java TimeZone Updater patch will always point to the latest Java TimeZone Updater.  If you need access to earlier versions for the TZUpdater tool, see Document 1439822.1.

 

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