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Eclipse GlassFish 7.x

GlassFish 7.0.9 is a final release, containing final Jakarta EE 10 APIs. It compiles and runs on JDK 11 to JDK 21ea33. MicroProfile support requires JDK 17 or higher.

This release prepares GlassFish for the upcoming JDK 21; it compiles and passes all internal tests using OpenJDK 21ea35. Several TCKs passed on JDK 21 as well, but the TCK as a whole is not JDK 21 compatible yet.

In this release the modularity of GlassFish is once again increased by moving the Jakarta Authentication implementation code to a new standalone project: Epicyro. We also enabled the GlassFish embedded tests again, which were dormant for a long time. Among the many updated components, Exousia was updated specifically to fix a bug with deployments on virtual servers, and the ORB was updated to fix a somewhat obscure bug where a remote EJB returned a JDK defined enum type.


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All Eclipse GlassFish 7.x Downloads

Download all GlassFish 7.x releases at the Eclipse GlassFish 7.x Downloads page.

Eclipse GlassFish Milestone & Nightly Downloads

You can download the latest Eclipse GlassFish development milestone or nightly version in the Eclipse Foundation Download portal.

Eclipse GlassFish 6.x

GlassFish 6.2.5 updates and reenables a lot of tests that were disabled in previous versions (most after the GF 5 to 6 transition), once again improves JDK 17 compatibility (cases found by the new tests), fixes several bugs, and contains new versions of Hibernate Validator, Jackson and others.

For more details on Jakarta EE 9.1, please see the Jakarte EE Platform Specification Project.

All Eclipse GlassFish 6.x Downloads

Download all GlassFish 6.x releases at the Eclipse GlassFish 6.x Downloads page.

Eclipse GlassFish 5.x

The latest stable releases of Eclipse GlassFish 5.1. This version is compatible with Jakarta EE 8 Specification.

Looking for Java EE 8?

Java EE has been contributed to the Eclipse Foundation. The Jakarta EE community is responsible for all evolution of the project formerly known as Java EE. If you are looking for details of the archived Java EE GlassFish project, you are welcome to browse here.

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