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Problem with Java version in godaddy

 
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Sorry for posting this query here, but i cant find any place to post this topic.

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See Your post on the Sun Java Forums.

You will need to re-compile using the same version of Java as the server is using.
 
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Originally posted by Steve Luke:
See Your post on the Sun Java Forums.

You will need to re-compile using the same version of Java as the server is using.



Hi steve, when i try to download jdk 1.4.9 from sun's site it shows me a error says that the file is no longer available. I googled it a lot and can't find any link to download jdk 1.4.9.
And a question, if i compile these files with 1.4.2, does it work with that..
[ September 22, 2008: Message edited by: Rajkumar balakrishnan ]
 
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As this is not really abut JSP, I've moved ti tot a more appropriate forum.
 
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Originally posted by Rajkumar balakrishnan:


Hi steve, when i try to download jdk 1.4.9 from sun's site it shows me a error says that the file is no longer available. I googled it a lot and can't find any link to download jdk 1.4.9.
And a question, if i compile these files with 1.4.2, does it work with that..

[ September 22, 2008: Message edited by: Rajkumar balakrishnan ]



Will 1.4.2 work with GoDaddy's server? I am not sure, you will have to check with GoDaddy to see what version of Java they are using. I would hope they are using at least 1.5 or something newer.
 
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JDK 1.4.9 does not exist. 1.4.2 was the latest 1.4 version.
 
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Originally posted by Steve Luke:
Will 1.4.2 work with GoDaddy's server? I am not sure, you will have to check with GoDaddy to see what version of Java they are using. I would hope they are using at least 1.5 or something newer.


The error message means that they are running Java 1.4, and not Java 5 - but Rajkumar balakrishnan has compiled his classes with Java 5.

Re-compiling his classes with JDK 1.4.2 should work. (If he used any Java 5 language features, he'll need to change his code too).

I don't know how GoDaddy works, but I have the following situation with a local provider of web space: I have my own website and the website of two friends there, on three separate domains. You get the Java version that's current at the moment you apply for a domain, and they won't update it. So the websites of my two friends run on Java 1.4, and my domain runs on Java 5. The provider won't update the Java 1.4 domains to Java 5 or newer...
 
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Sure, i use a lot of Java 5 features and i am now in dilemma., whether to change the code or to change the provider. Changing the provider purely depends on clients wish and i can't force them with this. So the first one is the option left for me. They(godaddy) use Java 1.4.9 version and my question is if i compile the files with 1.4.2, will it works with 1.4.9?.
 
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Yes it will work
 
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They(godaddy) use Java 1.4.9 version and my question is if i compile the files with 1.4.2, will it works with 1.4.9?


As I said, there's no such thing as a version 1.4.9. I think you had better make sure for yourself what they're really using, because it sure isn't 1.4.9.
 
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There is no Java 1.4.9! If GoDaddy tells you they use Java 1.4.9, then they've made a typing mistake.

Before you change provider, ask GoDaddy if they can make your domain work with Java 5. Just because my provider doesn't upgrade, doesn't mean that GoDaddy won't. Ask them first, before going through the trouble of changing to another provider.
 
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Originally posted by Jesper Young:
There is no Java 1.4.9! If GoDaddy tells you they use Java 1.4.9, then they've made a typing mistake.

Before you change provider, ask GoDaddy if they can make your domain work with Java 5. Just because my provider doesn't upgrade, doesn't mean that GoDaddy won't. Ask them first, before going through the trouble of changing to another provider.



Today i recieve the mail from customer support and they support Java 1.5 version, tomcat 5.0.27 and blah,blah.. I just download jdk 1.5 and try compile these files with that.Sure get some positive things tomorrow..
 
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