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Is Jakartha EE the new standard & JDK 8 based?  RSS feed

 
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Dear Authors,

Is it a fact that the first release of Jakarta EE will be JDK8 based, why not on Java 9 taking advantage of the modularization
that came with Java 9 ?

Thank
Sundar

 
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Hello Meebakshi Sudar,

Thank you for question.

It is a very good question. The jakarta EE is based on Java EE 8 and after the new features will be added into Jakarta EE. In this step, the mission is migrate the Java EE 8 to Jakarta EE. The Java EE 8 is JDK8 based, then the Jakarta EE will be JDK8 based.

Regards,
Rhuan Rocha
 
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