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Crowd AdoptOpenJDK

Oracle Java JDK and OpenJDK are listed on the Supported Platforms page.
Does OpenJDK refer to ?
Is AdoptOpenJDK also supported?

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Marty Atlassian Team Feb 27, 2019

Hi Timotheus,

I'm not on the Crowd team but I will try to help.

According to the support platforms page OpenJDK 1.8 is the currently supported version in 3.3.x

If having support in Crowd for another JDK version is important to you, I'd recommend creating an issue in our public issue tracker for Crowd:

I hope that helps!

I have seen Jira and Confluence being supported for AdoptOpenJDK. Will we see support for crowd anytime soon? 

Hi @Timotheus 

Yes, AdoptOpenJDK 11 is a supported Java Version as mentioned here
You can test with the AdoptOpenJDK 11 in the test environment before deploying in the production.

Crowd 3.3.0+ supports JDK 8 only?

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