Welcome to jcp.org, home of the Java Community ProcessSM (JCPSM) Program. The JCP is the mechanism for developing standard technical specifications for Java technology.
Anyone can register for the site and participate in reviewing and providing feedback for the Java Specification Requests (JSRs), and anyone can sign up to become a JCP Member and then participate on the Expert Group of a JSR or even submit their own JSR Proposals.
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For more information about the JCP Program, refer to our overview page.
The JCP EC Elections have completed on 18 November 2019 at 11:59 PM Pacific Standard Time.
The results are now available.
Congratulations to the newly elected and re-elected JCP EC Members and thank you to all the nominees and JCP Members for participating in the elections!
The 2019 JCP annual awards winners were announced at the JCP annual community party during Oracle Code One.
Congratulations to both winners and nominees!
We are celebrating the 20 years of the JCP with the community.
The September 2019 EC Meeting summary and materials are posted.
The 2018 Annual Star Spec Leads are announced. Congratulations to Ivar Grimstad and Christian Kaltepoth!
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JSR 390, Java SE 15
Early Draft Reviews
JSR 302, Safety Critical Java Technology
JSR 381, Visual Recognition Specification
JSR 282, Real-time Specification for Java
JSR 378, Portlet 3.0 Bridge for JavaServer Faces 2.2 Specification
JSR 389, Java SE 14
Proposed Final Drafts
JSR 385, Units of Measurement API 2.0
JSR 386, Java SE 12
JSR 388, Java SE 13
JSR 337, Java SE 8
JSR 56, Java Network Launching Protocol and API
JSR 67, Java APIs for XML Messaging
JSR 199, Java Compiler API
JSR 221, JDBC
JSR 222, Java Architecture for XML Binding
JSR 224, Java API for XML-Based Web Services
JSR 269 Pluggable Annotation Processing
JSR 318, Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1 (Interceptors 1.2)
JSR 338, Java Persistence 2.2
JSR 364, Broadening JCP Membership
JSR 384, Java SE 11
JSR 387, Streamline the JCP Program
JSR 907, Java Transaction API
JSR 919, JavaMail
JSR 925, JavaBeans Activation Framework
The Program Management Office is completing the individual JCP Membership renewal process now. The individual JCP Membership of those who have not responded will be canceled.
JSR 387, Streamline the JCP Program, has posted a Final Release.
JSR 364, Broadening JCP Membership, has posted a Maintenance Release (2017).
JSR 355, JCP Executive Committee Merge, completed its work and went final in 2012.
JSR 348, Towards a new version of the JCP, posed a Final Release in 2011.
There is a transparency sub-project introduced as part of the Adopt-a-JSR program. We need JUGs or individuals to do transparency checks or audits on JSRs.
The latest EC meeting summaries have been posted.
Following the upgrade to the JCP 2.8 Program, the Program Office has made available the following materials for Spec Leads on the Multimedia page of jcp.org:
- Adopt-a-JSR for Spec Leads (February 2013 call)
- JCP 2.9 and Transparency (November 2012 call)
- Meet the Candidates (October 2012 call)
- Expert Group Nominations (June 2012 call)
- Leveraging the JCP Community (February 2012 call)
- Transparency (December 2011 call)
- JCP 2.8 Overview (October 2011 call)
The Java Community Process (JCP) program has seen a dramatic rise in worldwide participation. Read more here...