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Java 9 support

#1
2017-09-20 07:41

Hi, 

is ObjectDB supporting Java 9 already ?
If not when can we expect the support for it ?

jakab
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#2
2017-09-20 08:42

It will hopefully be supported soon. We will know more after the formal release of Java 9.

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#3
2017-09-21 20:08

Java 9 has been formally released today, so we will be glad to be notified once ObjectDB will support it.

Thx!

jakab
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#4
2017-10-08 21:34

Initial support of Java 9 is available now in version 2.7.2.

No Java 9 module yet (we may have to wait with that to JPA 2.2) but you should be able to use ObjectDB 2.7.2 as a jar now with Java 9.

Any feedback will be welcome.

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