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JDBC Workbook question

 
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Hello Marco,

Is there a minimum version of Java which should be used for the workbook or will it work with any version?

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Kondwani
 
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The book uses some features that are only available from Java 9 on (enhanced try-catch), i.e. that's the base Java version, or rather 11 as the LTS, I recommend.

Though, with some minor changes you will also get the examples to run on previous versions.
 
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