20 June 2022
Announcement
Deprecation

The long-term support plan for the Java V1 SDK has been extended until the end of 2023. This provides additional time for users to migrate to JVM SDK Version 2.

Maintenance Support: The SDK is nearing end of life and will only receive bug fixes and security patches. We will add functionality only if customers explicitly request it via support tickets or GitHub issues.

End of life: The SDK is no longer maintained and will not be patched to fix bugs or security vulnerabilities.

SDKActive SupportMaintenance SupportEnd of Life
JVM SDK Version 128 February 202231 December 20231 January 2024
  • What does this mean for you?
    We recommend migrating to the respective Version 2 SDK before the Version 1 SDK reaches End of Life. If needed, you can still request enhancements to the Version 1 SDK until the end of its Maintenance Support.

  • Why is this changing?
    Our Version 1 SDKs have served a long term, but it requires a lot of effort to keep them up-to-date with new API feature releases. Our Version 2 SDKs are auto-generated from the API specification, keeping them in sync with API features as and when they are released. This reduces the amount of time you, as SDK users, have to wait until you can utilize a new API feature.

  • Are there any guides on migrating to the Version 2 SDK?
    Yes, you can find suitable documentation from migrating from the Version 1 SDK to Version 2 in our Java SDK documentation.