Comment 2 for bug 1822839

Originally reported in Ubuntu: https://launchpad.net/bugs/1822839.

A recent OpenJDK update in Ubuntu 19.04 (to be released later this month) changes the value of the "java.vendor" property, from the well-known name "Oracle Corporation" to "Private Build".

This breaks the code in LibreOffice that detects an installed JVM, because the vendor name is validated against a hardcoded list: https://cgit.freedesktop.org/libreoffice/core/tree/jvmfwk/plugins/sunmajor/pluginlib/vendorlist.cxx?h=libreoffice-6-2#n33.

This change can probably be reverted in Ubuntu, but I'm wondering what the purpose of that hardcoded list of vendors is? Isn't it a valid use case for distributions to change the vendor name?