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How can we upgrade oracle java 1.8 version in adobe LiveCycle work bench

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How can we upgrade oracle java 1.8 version in adobe LiveCycle work bench

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@swaroop1958233 

Oracle JDK 1.8 is not part of the supported platforms[0] for LiveCycle ES4 so seems the combination wasn't tested. JDK 1.8 might work with Livecycle Workbench but you may have to test the case.

On a side note, ES4 was EOL a long time back, do you have any plans to upgrade to AEM Forms 6.5 workbench? JDK 1.8 is supported with the latest.

 

 

[0] - https://helpx.adobe.com/in/livecycle/help/livecycle-es4-supported-platforms.html 

 

 

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@swaroop1958233 First you need to make sure that the JRE version is supported with a particular version of the workbench? What aem forms version are you using?

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@swaroop1958233 

Oracle JDK 1.8 is not part of the supported platforms[0] for LiveCycle ES4 so seems the combination wasn't tested. JDK 1.8 might work with Livecycle Workbench but you may have to test the case.

On a side note, ES4 was EOL a long time back, do you have any plans to upgrade to AEM Forms 6.5 workbench? JDK 1.8 is supported with the latest.

 

 

[0] - https://helpx.adobe.com/in/livecycle/help/livecycle-es4-supported-platforms.html 

 

 

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we are using oracle jdk 1.6 with Weblogic server.

Adobe running as weblogic componet on solaris servers

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You may have to upgrade the product to the latest supported version i.e AEM Forms 6.5 to be able to use JDK8 OOTB. JDK8 may not work with the older EOL version i.e Livecycle so you may have to test.

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your saying about open jdk. which is not supporting 

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Adobe running as weblogic componet on solaris servers