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Tomcat 5.5 anyone?

 
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Greetings, I'm wondering if anyone has tested running the forums on Tomcat 5.5 and if they run ok. I'm thinking about upgrading my tomcat instance and wanted to touch base before I did.

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For Tomcat 5.5 you will also need J2SE 5.0, right?! Well, I think it will run fine, since compatibility with previous releases is - theorically - guaranteed.

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Rafael Steil wrote:For Tomcat 5.5 you will also need J2SE 5.0, right?! Well, I think it will run fine, since compatibility with previous releases is - theorically - guaranteed.

Rafael



I'm already running under the 1.5.0 jdk, mostly because it has native x86_64 support.
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