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JDK Script Friendly URLs

Latest version URL

The latest versions of Oracle JDK, available under the Oracle No-Fee Terms and Conditions License, can be downloaded from a command line, or automatically in scripts and dockerfiles by using download URLs which will deliver the then current update release.

For example, to retrieve the current JDK 19 update release for Linux x64 as a compressed (tar.gz) archive, you can use the wget command:

wget https://download.oracle.com/java/19/latest/jdk-19_linux-x64_bin.tar.gz 
or with curl:
curl https://download.oracle.com/java/19/latest/jdk-19_linux-x64_bin.tar.gz
The checksum for the release can be found by adding .sha256 to the download URL:
https://download.oracle.com/java/19/latest/jdk-19_linux-x64_bin.tar.gz.sha256

These URLs will deliver the GA version of JDK 19 and its checksum until the release of the first Critical Patch Update. When 19.0.1 is released the above URLs will deliver 19.0.1 until the release of the 19.0.2 at which point the above URLs will deliver 19.0.2 and so on.

URLs for all versions available under the Oracle No-Fee Terms and Conditions License are supported.

There are several OS, architecture, and packaging options available. The following table lists them as they are spelled in the permanent URLs:

Operating Systems Architecture Packaging Options
linux aarch64 rpm, tar.gz
x64 deb, rpm, tar.gz
macos aarch64 dmg, tar.gz
x64 dmg, tar.gz
windows x64 exe, msi, zip

For a complete list of scriptable JDK URLs visit https://www.oracle.com/javadownload


Archive URLs

If rather than the latest update of a release you want to download a particular version, there are corresponding archive URLs that will start working on the day on which that version is released. The archive URLs use the full version number on the filename to be released and have the word archive instead of latest in the path.

For example:

To download the GA version of JDK 17 you can use:

https://download.oracle.com/java/17/archive/jdk-17_linux-x64_bin.tar.gz

for the GA version of JDK 19 you can use:

https://download.oracle.com/java/19/archive/jdk-19_linux-x64_bin.tar.gz

for 17.0.1 version you can use:

https://download.oracle.com/java/17/archive/jdk-17.0.1_linux-x64_bin.tar.gz

for 19.0.1: (this link will start working only after 19.0.1 is released in October 2022)

https://download.oracle.com/java/19/archive/jdk-19.0.1_linux-x64_bin.tar.gz


The archive releases also have corresponding archive URLs for the checksum.

For example, to retrieve the checksum for jdk-17.0.1_linux-x64_bin.tar.gz visit:

https://download.oracle.com/java/17/archive/jdk-17.0.1_linux-x64_bin.tar.gz.sha256


Here is a fraction of a sample docker file that will download the current JDK 17 version as a tar.gz, check the download against it’s checksum, and extract it to /usr/java/jdk-17




ENV JAVA_PKG=https://download.oracle.com/java/17/latest/jdk-17_linux-x64_bin.tar.gz \
			JAVA_HOME=/usr/java/jdk-17

RUN set -eux; \
			JAVA_SHA256=$(curl "$JAVA_PKG".sha256) ; \
			curl --output /tmp/jdk.tgz "$JAVA_PKG" && \
			echo "$JAVA_SHA256 */tmp/jdk.tgz" | sha256sum -c; \
			mkdir -p "$JAVA_HOME"; \
			tar --extract --file /tmp/jdk.tgz --directory "$JAVA_HOME" --strip-components 1
		

The complete Dockerfile is available in Oracle’s docker image repository in GitHub. The container image created with this Dockerfile is available in the Oracle Container Registry.


Availability of the URLs

The JDK 19 latest URLs will work until JDK 19 is superseded by JDK 20 in March of 2023.

The JDK 17 latest URLs will work for as long as an up-to-date version of JDK 17 is available under the Oracle No-Fee Terms and Conditions License. After September 2024, three years after GA and one year after the next JDK LTS release is available, the latest JDK 17 URLs will cease to work. Java SE Subscribers will be able to continue getting updates for JDK 17; other users should migrate to the next LTS.

The archive URLs for each release will continue to work for at least a year after the corresponding latest URLs stop being available.