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jFroum supported jvm/j2ee versions?

 
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hi,

What are jvm /j2ee version that jFroum web application supports?

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Ishtaique
[originally posted on jforum.net by ishtiaquedaudpota]
 
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It's known to run on JVM 1.4 thru 6 and on Tomcat 4.? thru 6.x. So I guess you'd say the minimum JVM is 1.4, Servlet Spec 2.3, and JSP spec 1.2.

There may be some minor issues with the older standards, but nothing that isn't easily fixable.

JForum 3 (early days, pre-alpha) is going to require at least JVM 1.5 and probably the 2.4 / 2.0 Specs (Tomcat 5.5 or above).
[originally posted on jforum.net by monroe]
 
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