How do I know which JDK Tomcat is using?

How do I know which JDK Tomcat is using?

You can look up the Java version Tomcat is really running with in the manager app, which is installed by default. Go to http://hostname:8080/manager/html (replace hostname by hostname or localhost), scroll to the bottom, there you will find “JVM Version”.

Is Tomcat part of JDK?

Building Apache Tomcat requires a JDK (version 11) or later to be installed.

Which Tomcat version is suitable for Java 8?

Latest stable version supported on Java 8 is Tomcat 10 but the users of Tomcat 10 onwards should be aware that, as a result of the move from Java EE to Jakarta EE as part of the transfer of Java EE to the Eclipse Foundation, the primary package for all implemented APIs has changed from javax. * to jakarta.

Which version of Tomcat is compatible with JDK 11?

Apache Tomcat Versions

Servlet Spec JSP Spec Supported Java Versions
6.0 3.1 11 and later
5.0 3.0 8 and later
4.0 2.3 8 and later
3.1 2.3 7 and later

How do I update my JDK?

update java for Windows 7

  1. Go to the Windows Start Button and select Control Panel.
  2. In the upper right corner, make sure that View By: is set to Small Icons.
  3. Click Java (32-bit) in the Control Panel list, it has an icon of a coffee cup with steam.
  4. Select the Update tab then click the Update Now button.

Is JDK 11 still supported?

JDK 11 is due to receive Extended support until at least September 2026, with an extension to that date possible. Oracle’s JDK releases are now on a six-month release cadence. JDK 14, featuring capabilities such as switch expressions and a foreign-memory access API, is due to arrive March 17.

Is JDK 1.8 the same as JDK 8? Java SE Development Kit 8, also known as JDK 8, has the version number 1.8. In short – 8 is product version number and 1.8 is the developer version number (or internal version number). The product is the same, JDK 8, anyways.

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