manage oracle java7 and java8 with unlimited JCE

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Oracle Java Puppet Module

This module manages Oracle Java 8 and Java 7 with Unlimited JCE

This module has been tested against Puppet 6.4 on Ubuntu 18.04

Pull requests welcome

NOTE: This module may only be used if you agree to the Oracle license: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/terms/license/

Usage

include oraclejava::install

or

class { 'oraclejava::install': }

The default behavior is to install java8 with unlimited JCE. It will not automatically upgrade. If you would like to upgrade java8, you can use the ensure parameter:

class { 'oraclejava::install':
  ensure => 'latest'
}

If you do not want unlimited JCE specify false:

class { 'oraclejava::install':
  ensure        => 'latest'
  unlimited_jce => false;
}

Hiera example:


classes:

  • oraclejava::install

oraclejava::install::unlimited_jce: true oraclejava::install::version: ‘7’

Keep in mind that the webupd8 team's java8 package does not keep historical versions of the java installer, so you cannot specify a specific version of java to install at this time.

Author

Contributors:

  • Scott Smerchek scott.smerchek@softekinc.com: this module is based heavily on and includes parts of softek/puppet-java7
  • flosell: Added Debian 6 support