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bea weblogic server and JDK compatibility

 
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Hi all,

Can anyone tell me, if bea weblogic server 9.2 is compatible with JDK 5.0? What about Java6? Compatible with both or one or none?
 
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JDK is usually backward compatible. However the question is, does Oracle support both JDK 6 and 5 for BEA 9.2. I know that 1.5 is supported. You will have to check with them for 1.6
 
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JDK is backward compatible, I have no doubt. But I need to know whether it is compatible with JDK 6. Can anyone else knows the answer?
 
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WebLogic 9.2 is supported w/ JDK 5.0 or any later releases of JDK 5.

You can check their List of Supported Operating System Configurations,
click on your your OS and check Configuration Requirements

Using Java 6 will put you on an unsupported platform.

hope that helps
Matt
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