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UFT 14.50 and Java 11 missing Native properties

When I use object spy on a Java 11 application, I don't see any native properties. Is it due to uft not supporting Java11 yet?

Thanks

 

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Hello,

 

Unfortunately not its not support yet.

Please check the PAM: https://admhelp.microfocus.com/uft/en/PAM/UFT_14.xx_PAM.pdf

Thanks & Regards,

 

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Oracle is phasing out Java 8, not doing security updates anymore  (9 and 10 are not supported) and Java 11 is shipping with products starting 2019 because companies don't want to pay for Java 8 support. We need a strategy from MicroFocus regarding this topic badly. Our products are changed to embed Java 11, but there is no way to test it right now with UFT.....

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Java 11 support is critical to our testing as well. Do we have ETA to have this support?

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Same here, we need Java 11 support. Since we now need to embed the JRE, we decided to move away from Oracle Java, but are now using OpenJDK Java 11.... So I hope Java 11 suppot covers that as well. 

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We have the same issue. Is Microfocus working on this? Can a Microfocus representative give us some insight?

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hi, there

Will you check the PAM of UFT? Java 11 is not supported by 14.50. 

Thanks.

James

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