Java Compatibility Matrix

Applies to Collaborator 13.7, last modified on August 02, 2021

The following tables describe which versions of Java environment are supported by different versions of Collaborator.

Collaborator server

Oracle JDK 7

Oracle JDK 8

Oracle JDK 9

OpenJDK 11 / Oracle JDK 11

Collaborator Server 12.0 and later

No

Yes (built with this version)

Yes

Yes

Collaborator Server 11.3-11.5.x

No

Yes (built with this version)

Yes

No

Collaborator Server 9.x-11.2

Yes (built with this version)

Yes

No

No

Collaborator client

Oracle JDK 7

Oracle JDK 8

Oracle JDK 9

OpenJDK 11 / Oracle JDK 11

Collaborator Client 12.0 and later

No

Yes (built with this version)

Yes

Yes

Collaborator Client 11.3-11.5.x

No

Yes (built with this version)

Yes

No

Collaborator Client 9.x-11.2

Yes (built with this version)

Yes

No

No

Eclipse plug-in

Oracle JDK 7

Oracle JDK 8

Oracle JDK 9

OpenJDK 11 / Oracle JDK 11

Eclipse running Java 7

Eclipse running Java 8

Collaborator Eclipse plug-in 12.0 and later

No

Yes (built with this version)

Yes

Yes

No

Yes

Collaborator Eclipse plug-in 11.3-11.5.x

Yes

Yes (built with this version)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Collaborator Eclipse plug-in 9.x-11.2

Yes (built with this version)

Yes

No

No

Yes

No

Rational Team Concert

To learn about compatibility between Collaborator and IBM Rational Team Concert, see the respective topic.

Notes

  • In table above, the "Yes (built with this version)" means that the given version of Collaborator was built using the given version of Java environment.
  • OpenJDK 11 is recommended, Oracle JRE/JDK 8, 9, or 11 will work as well.
  • On systems with multiple JREs installed, it may be necessary to specify to the installer which JRE should be used for Collaborator. On Windows platforms, running the installer with the -manual argument will suppress the JRE search and cause the installer to prompt for the JRE location (specifically, java.exe). On Unix platforms, you can specify the JRE location by setting the INSTALL4J_JAVA_HOME_OVERRIDE environment variable to the JAVA_HOME value.

See Also

Collaborator Server: System Requirements
Server Technical Specification
Java VM Options

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