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How can I change JVM of WebSphere (5 or 6)

 
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Hi,
Basically I am using org.w3c.dom latest package which comes with Jdk1.5
and websphere is using jdk1.4 package which do not have latest API.
My question is HOW CAN I CHANGE JDK of WebSphere6?

Zohaib
 
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Hi,

I'm afraid it's not possible to change JVM of WebSphere. WAS 6.0 should ensure backward compatibility to any previous JDK. In order to user JDK 1.5, I think we all have to expect next WAS version.

Greetings,
Claude.
 
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hi ZOHAIB,

Were you able to do this? I think you can change/install a new JRE in WSAD 5.0. Do you still need to do this...?

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San,
Claude is correct that you can't change the JVM in WebSphere Application Server.

You can change it in WSAD for compilation. However, you cannot change it for the server in WSAD either.
 
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Thanks Jeanne,

I wasnt sure if the question was for WAS or WSAD. I knew we can change in WSAD but i didnt know it cant be done in WAS.

Thanks for Clarifying that,
San
 
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We are using WSAD 5.0 and the application which we want to deploy has been developed in JDK1.5 using generics and various annotations of JDK 1.5. Please tell me the way to make WSAD 5.0 as JDK1.5 compliance.

If anybody has done it, please let me know the steps to do that.
 
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Inderjeet,
Please don't post the same thing in multiple threads. See my reply to your other post for the answer.
 
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