The Java date class uses a 64-bit long for seconds, so Java itself should not have a Y2038 issue. However, Java may interface directly with the system on which it is running to get the current time. If the system itself is not Y2038-compliant, then Java apps may experience Y2038 issues. This will generally be the case for Java running on 32-bit embedded systems. Furthermore, there could be issues with file systems and communication protocols. Just as with all other software that use time in any way, Java applications will need to be checked for Y2038-compliance. See this stackoverflow link for some additional insight.
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