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Surya Kumar
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How should we test the application. It was told that u can use any implementation of java 2 platform, but you must have tested it in a production version of Sun Java 2 platform that must not superceded by 18 months by a new production version by the time you are making your submission.!!!

Any idea! Thanxs in advance.
 
Hanna Habashy
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Surya,
This means that you cannot use and outdated versions of the JDk, i.e JDK1.2, Also you cannot use a future versions either, i.e JDK1.5
How you test it?
you need to write your own test program using threads to test locking.
 
Surya Kumar
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I am not much worried abt locking though. Whats a production version of jdk!!! In my instruction i am specifically told to test the app under production version {not developer} of Sun MicroSystems Java 2 platform!!!
 
Paul Bourdeaux
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I am fairly certain that a production version just refers to a non-beta version of Java that is released. I believe right now the most current version is J2SE 1.4.2.
 
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