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OK... here's my issue.

I've got a series of classes compiled by a different organization that I am attempting to build in 5.1.2 (all updates) running off of 5.0 jre... What I am getting is a "not visible" error for Calendar.getTimeInMillis() which I know was protected for some obscure reason prior to 1.4. I don't believe it was made public until like 1.4.2 or so.

My question. How is it that they could get this to compile if they were also using 5.1.2? Is there a way to use a java version higher then 1.4 in that version of websphere? can someone else out there with the same version try to compile something using that?


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