Where to get fixes for Java 7 32-bit for AIX

Java 7 32-bit fixes since GA

APAR # Fullversion Java7.sdk fileset level Service refresh
IV59133 pap3270sr7-20140410_01 7.0.0.130 SR7
IV54036 pap3270sr6fp1_20140108_01 7.0.0.120 SR6 FP1
IV51259 pap3270sr6-20131015_01 7.0.0.110 SR6
IV44815 pap3270sr5-20130619_01 7.0.0.100 SR5
IV41154 pap3270sr4fp2-20130426_01 7.0.0.90 SR4 FP2
IV38129 pap3270sr4fp1-20130325_01 7.0.0.81 SR4 FP1
IV37596 pap3270sr4ifx-20130305_01 7.0.0.71 SR4+IV37419
IV30538 pap3270sr3-20121025_01 7.0.0.60 SR3
IV26225 pap3270sr2-20120901_01 7.0.0.50 SR2
IV20636 pap3270sr1-20120330_01 7.0.0.25 SR1

All fixes are available separately from Fix Central by selecting these options:

Search for fixes using the APAR number shown in the table.

For a list of defects that have been fixed for this Java release, see Java 7 32-bit AIX defect fix list

Are fixes cumulative?

Typically, APARs are not cumulative, because each APAR corresponds to fixes for a subset of Java7 filesets. Different APARs can have different subsets of Java7 filesets. However, the individual Java7 filesets will contain cumulative fixes. Check the version.release.modification.fix (vrmf) number to compare fileset levels.

How do I know if I have installed the latest code?

There are different ways to determine the level of code on your system: