running java apps in 10.7

Discussion in 'Mac OS X Lion (10.7)' started by littleasian, Feb 26, 2011.

  1. littleasian macrumors member

    Jun 20, 2009
    so it appears that apple has discontinued java in 10.7, anybody know a way to install 10.6.3 java update in 10.7? or perhaps a 3rd party workaround?
  2. ct2k7 macrumors 603


    Aug 29, 2008
    London or Florida

    No, they deprecated it. Java is still available for Mac OS X, 10.7. I'm running Zend Studio, based on Eclipse on 10.7.
  3. celticpride678

    Feb 15, 2009
    Boston, MA
    If Java is required in Lion, it will prompt you to install it via Software Update.
  4. littleasian thread starter macrumors member

    Jun 20, 2009
    ct2k7 how were you able to get java for 10.7? i checked the java links in the developer section and all i can find is the 10.6.3 combo?
  5. Steve Ballmer macrumors 6502

    Steve Ballmer

    Oct 2, 2009
    Redmond, WA
    If you have a valid ADC account, you will be able to automatically download Java from Software Update from Java Preferences. (Or so I've read elsewhere.) If you pirated it, you apparently can't do this.
  6. littleasian thread starter macrumors member

    Jun 20, 2009
    weird, i opened java preferences and java for mac 10.7 began to download. after it finished installing i tried opening my java program but it still says java not found. java preferences still only shows the last build at 1.6.024-b07-329. any ideas?
  7. wrldwzrd89 macrumors G5


    Jun 6, 2003
    Solon, OH
    That error is caused by 32/64 bitness problems. Change the default to the 32-bit JRE in Java Preferences, instead of the 64-bit one, and try again.
  8. JPyre macrumors 6502

    Mar 28, 2005
    A little late to the thread but on the GM build just launch Java Preferences and it'll start downloading.
  9. saneman1, Jul 26, 2011
    Last edited: Jul 26, 2011

    saneman1 macrumors newbie


    Jun 22, 2010
    running java apps in 10.7

    Remember to put a check in the box next to "Enable Applet Plug-in and Web Start Plug-ins" in /Applications/Utilities/JavaPrefrences. Also You can Drag the 64 bit or 32 bit to which ever order you prefer the browser to look for first.

    This is what Oracle told Me:

    We haven't certified the E-Business Suite with Mac OS X Lion clients yet, for the obvious reason that it was just released today. For the time being, our official recommendation is that Mac-based end-users who need access to the E-Business Suite should stay on Snow Leopard.

    We'll publish instructions for Lion users as soon as we complete that certification. Stay tuned.

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