jdk11 disappeared from default Windows image

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Massimo Paladin

14 Oct, 2019 12:32 PM

Hello,

jdk11 disappeared from the default Windows image:

dir "C:\Program Files\Java\"
 Volume in drive C is Windows
 Volume Serial Number is 5E1F-34C4
 Directory of C:\Program Files\Java
05/14/2018  01:30 AM    <DIR>          .
05/14/2018  01:30 AM    <DIR>          ..
04/27/2016  10:21 PM    <DIR>          jdk1.6.0
04/27/2016  10:22 PM    <DIR>          jdk1.7.0
03/09/2018  04:57 AM    <DIR>          jdk1.8.0
05/14/2018  01:30 AM    <DIR>          jdk10
01/18/2018  09:58 PM    <DIR>          jdk9
05/14/2018  01:30 AM    <DIR>          jre10
04/27/2016  10:21 PM    <DIR>          jre6
04/27/2016  10:22 PM    <DIR>          jre7
03/09/2018  04:57 AM    <DIR>          jre8
01/18/2018  10:00 PM    <DIR>          jre9

According to documentation it should still be there https://www.appveyor.com/docs/windows-images-software/#java.

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Feodor Fitsner on 14 Oct, 2019 03:14 PM

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    Hi Massimo,

    We've moved Visual Studio 2013 image to Hyper-V environment and it looks like it's a little bit out of sync with the one on GCE. Sorry about that, we are going to fix that!

    In the meantime, I'd recommend trying new Visual Studio 2019 image with all JDKs available on it.

  2. Support Staff 2 Posted by Feodor Fitsner on 14 Oct, 2019 07:39 PM

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    Hi Massimo,

    Visual Studio 2013 image has been fixed. Let me know if there is something else missing.

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