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Finding JDK1.4 methods in the source

 
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Hi,

I am having a set of source java files which are developed under jdk 1.4. I need to deploy these source files in to Websphere5.0 which supports only jdk 1.3.

Now i need to figure out from my java source where are all places jdk 1.4 methods used and what are they?

Is there any way to find out this??

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Srinivas
 
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try to compile them with a 1.3 compiler and note the compiler errors...
 
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Have you got any assertions in your code? If not, (as far as I can remember) there is no other syntactical difference between J1.3 and J1.4.

There are however new classes in the API for J1.4.

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