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Java JRE 7 Update 65 (32-bit)

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What's new in this version:

- Olson Data 2014c
- JDK 7u65 contains Olson time zone data version 2014c. For more information, refer to Timezone Data Versions in the JRE Software.
- New Java Control Panel Option to Disable Sponsors
- Prior to this release, to disable sponsor offers at the time of installation, the user can de-select the option during installation or can pass SPONSORS=0 as a commandline option. In this release, a new Java Control Panel (JCP) option to disable sponsors is available. To use this option, go to the JCP Advanced tab, and check or uncheck Suppress sponsor offers when updating Java. This option is applicable to 32- and 64-bit Windows operating systems.
- New JAXP processing limit property - maxElementDepth
- A new property, maxElementDepth, is added to provide applications the ability to set limit on maximum element depth in an xml file that they parse. This may be helpful for applications that may use too much resources when processing an xml file with excessive element depth.
- For more details, see Processing Limits from JAXP tutorial trail.
- Bug Fix: Using RMI from a restricted environment may cause a NullPointerException
- If an application uses RMI and runs in a restricted environment (i.e. Java Plugin, Java Web Start), it may not work. In particular, if you run a UI from an RMI callback, a NullPointerException is likely to be thrown.
- Bug Fix: org.omg.CORBA.ORBSingletonClass loading no longer uses context class loader
- The system property org.omg.CORBA.ORBSingletonClass is used to configure the system-wide/singleton ORB. The handling of this system property was changed in the 7u55 release to require that the system wide/singleton ORB be visible to the system class loader. In this release, the handling of this system property has been reverted to match the behavior found in JDK versions prior to 7u55 release, i.e. the singleton ORB is once again located using the thread context class loader of the first thread, to call the no-argument ORB.init method. The change is made to support applications which depend on this behavior. Note that this change is applicable to 8u20, 7u65, 6u85 and 5.0u75 releases. For JDK 9, the new behavior, where the system wide/singleton ORB needs to be visible to the system class loader, will continue. See 8046603.