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JRE and websphere server

 
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Hello. If anybody has a minute, I am just wondering what to expect. We have an in-house websphere server and since it supports j2ee, I'm going to use it to host a jsp/jdbc app I've built. In my development environment, I run jre 1.5. I understand that a version of the jre is packaged with the websphere server install...do I want to go messing around with the jre on the websphere box? I suspect it might be version 1.3...I haven't physically sat on the server yet. Thank you.
 
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Originally posted by Tom Griffith:
Hello. If anybody has a minute, I am just wondering what to expect. We have an in-house websphere server and since it supports j2ee, I'm going to use it to host a jsp/jdbc app I've built. In my development environment, I run jre 1.5. I understand that a version of the jre is packaged with the websphere server install...do I want to go messing around with the jre on the websphere box? I suspect it might be version 1.3...I haven't physically sat on the server yet. Thank you.



Websphere 5.0 has jre 1.3
Webphere 5.1 has jre 1.4

As for messing around with the jre's, I personally would avoid it, but there may be people out there more confident of changing Websphere environments.
 
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Thanks a lot. I just checked and it's running 5.0. Yeah, I'm afraid to be monkeying around with it. I have some concern though becasue of the new classes packaged with sdk 1.5, namely the uuid classes and methods. I'm not so sure what will happen with those when run on a previous version of the jre.
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