As far as I know, the answer is no. I have searched the Oracle website and only been able to find the current version that thery are distributing. For those that are on OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard and earlier, you get Java from Apple. Again, at this point I think you can only get the current versions. That stated, they last couple of updates to Java 6 for Snow Leopard have worked with my FMS 11 installation.
I think Java 7 is just plane defective. I have a client that just installed the latest update on his Lion FMS server. This disabled Java 6 and now the FMS console is unusable unless he connects a monitor to the server. Since it is a headless server ( Mac Mini Server ), Java fails to display anything. You end up with a blank/useless window. This is true for the Java Preferences app as well as the FMS console and has been true for serveral version of Java 7. I have reported the bug to Oracle, but they don't seem to think it is worth fixing.
Even with a head on the server (mountain lion) it is buggy. I have to directly open the console by opening the webstart jnlp as it doesn't auto-launch... even though the settings in the Java preference say to do so.
Any news or updates on Java Update 45? Will this break my FMSA12 Admin Console on Server 2008?
CriticalSolution <firstname.lastname@example.org> kirjoitti 21.10.2013 kello 21.08:
Any news or updates on Java Update 45? Will this breat my FMSA12 Admin Console?
On a MacMini running 10.7.5 FMSA 188.8.131.52 Jave 7 Update 45 works OK
Stefan Schutt, Mouse Up, Finland