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First Jboss version that supports Java 5

 
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Hello ,
I am currently in the process of developing an Enterprise product using Java 5. the problem is that some of my customers use old versions of tomcat,Jboss and websphere.What i intend to do is to upgrade the JRE their servers to 1.5. But before doing this , i need to know what was the first version that supports Java5. I appreciate your reply.Sorry for posting the thread in the the 3 forums.

Thanks and longing forward to read from you.
 
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Dear Mohamed,

Please consider that Java 1.5 reached EOSL months ago. Java 1.6 is a lot faster than 1.5 and it is a drop-in replacement. Plus, it is actually *supported*.

http://java-monitor.com/forum/showthread.php?t=619

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