There is a legacy java install direct from Apple Support and it is nothing to worry about. It is just something you do.
Check which version is installed in the System Preferences > Java area. You may need to delete the current version before installing a new one.
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For some reason Apple un-installs Java with each new Mac OS release as well. Very frustrating if you use an application that expects the older version (like Dreamweaver 4, for example). Each Mac OS update messes up other program I use also. (but not FileMaker 14, yet, fortunately).