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Java SE 8u241 Advanced and Java SE 8u241 Support Release Notes

Java SE 8u241 Release Notes

Java SE 8u241 Bundled Patch Release (BPR) - Bug Fixes and Updates

Java SE 8u241 BPRs, are based on the current Java SE 8u241 release and are available for Java SE Subscription customers.

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The following sections summarize changes made in all Java SE 8u241 BPR releases. The BPR releases are listed below in date order, most current BPR first. Note that bug fixes in previous BPRs are also included in the current BPR.

Changes in Java SE 8u241 b33

Bug Fixes

BugId Component Subcomponent Summary
8163251 security-libs javax.smartcardio Hard coded loop limit prevents reading of smart card data greater than 8k
8236645 security-libs javax.xml.crypto JDK 8u231 introduces a regression with incompatible handling of XML messages
8239033 (Confidential) security-libs javax.xml.crypto Oracle JDK 8u Base64XmlEncode.java test fails for windows platform
8236832 javafx media [macos 10.15] JavaFX Application hangs on video play on Catalina
8239803 (Confidential) javafx build [macOS 10.15] Wrong SDK recorded in dylib files prevents notarization
8160768 core-libs javax.naming Add capability to custom resolve host/domain names within the default JNDI LDAP provider

Changes in Java SE 8u241 b32

Bug Fixes

BugId Component Subcomponent Summary
8234468 security-libs java.security Application startup failed on JRE 8u231

Changes in Java SE 8u241 b31

Bug Fixes

BugId Component Subcomponent Summary
8193445 javafx controls JavaFX CSS is applied redundantly leading to significant performance degradation