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Hi All

currently my application is working on Jdk1.5 in Struts 1.1 jar running in websphere Application Server 6.1. As part of migration to struts 2  is there a mandate upgrade the Java Version to 1.5 or above?

Kindly address the J2EE Specifications for the Struts 2 framework.
 
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The Struts in a Nutshell document indicates Java 7, Servlet API 2.4 and JSP API 2.0 as requirements.
 
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At this point, since you put a lot of effort into the migration anyway, you should move to Java 8. Everything older is obsolete.
 
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And you're going to need to update Websphere as well, since Websphere 6.1 only supports Java 5. (At least I think that's what IBM's documents say.)
 
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