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I think this might be related to EOS from Oracle - this bit from their support document at http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/eol-135779.html -


Extended Support Life for Java SE 6

In April 2014 Oracle extended the support lifetime for Java SE 6. Before this extension the end of Premier Support was Dec 2013 and the end of Extended Support was scheduled for Jun 2017. The new support dates are: End of Premier Support on Dec 2015, and End of Extended Support on Dec 2018.

Vern

On 12/7/2016 2:49 PM, Rob Berendt wrote:
So, while searching for java info on 7.1 I noticed this little tidbit in
the 7.1 MTU:

<snip>
IBM also recommends clients migrate off of the IBM Technology for Java
6.0/6.2.6 product options (JV1 Option 11 & 12) before End of Support on
April 30th, 2018.
</snip>

At first I thought maybe they slipped on a 7.1 announcement (and not just
Java) but apparently there's a similar thing in the 7.2 MTU:
<snip>
Support for IBM Java™ SE 6.0/6.2.6 (5770JV1 Option 11 and 12) will be
discontinued on April 30th, 2018
</snip>
I think this was added in the November 2016 update to the 7.2 MTU.

There's a similar announcement for an older version of WAS in that same
7.2 MTU.

Rob Berendt


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