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Discussion on: Using the new Azure SDK for Java to upload images asynchronously, using Spring Reactor

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Haris Secic

Thank you, I've seen the docs before but I was worried about this "JDK 8 installed with JAVA_HOME configured appropriately (cannot be Java 9 or later)". So I got the impresion that Spring has a bit more to offer. There's too much stuff to do with deploying Java to Azure when I was hoping for Azure DevOps to provide simple solution as for other technologies. I guess I will try to set this up on DevOps later whitout Azure CLI and such and I'll hope it will support JDK 11 otherwise it will be switch from Azure or to .NET Core.

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Julien Dubois Author

Where did you see this Java 8 requirement? I'm using Java 11 for all this sample code, and had no problem at all.

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Haris Secic

In the link you provided, I saw the link couple of days ago but didn't read it fully just saw the limitation but it's for the computer being used to develop as far as I can see. I'm not sure is it because of other steps the in the documentation or something else.