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sreejith panampilly
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I am using WSAD 5.1.2 when creating new project as only getting Create J2EE 1.2 and J2EE1.3 Enterprise application project, how can i convert it to 1.4
 
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Which WebSphere app server are you deploying to? Which J2EE 1.4 features are you interested in?

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hi, Cameron

actually I want to jdk1.5's features like StringBuilder..
 
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>>>how can i convert it to 1.4
WSAD does not support j2ee version 1.4.

the advaced version of WSAD called RAD (or RSA) supports j2ee version 1.4
with servlet version 2.4 and jsp version 2.0
 
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Note that the version of Java and J2EE are different things. IBM just happens to have added support at the same time recently.

WebSphere 4 - Java 1.3 - J2EE 1.2 (WSAD 4)
WebSphere 5 - Java 1.3 - J2EE 1.3 (WSAD 5)
WebSphere 6 - Java 1.4 - J2EE 1.4 (RAD 6)

I remember reading somewhere that a later version of WebSphere 6 supports Java 5, but not J2EE 5.
 
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As far as J2SE 1.5 goes, indeed, we need WebSphere 7, also known as WebSphere 6.1. (Sorry for being facetious).

WebSphere 6.1 Suports J2SE 1.5 Features

Not to hijack the thread, or say anything untowards about IBM, but I'm really frustrated at the slow support for EJB 3.0. I really want to do some new EJB development, but WebSphere support is nowhere in sight. I can't even seen any EJB 3.0 technology previews out there, and I'm disappointed.

Perhaps this Geronimoe things has really thrown the IBM labs a curve ball, but I don't even hear talk about WebSphere 7. I wonder what's going on.

Okay, sorry about the editorial.

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Originally posted by Jeanne Boyarsky:
I remember reading somewhere that a later version of WebSphere 6 supports Java 5, but not J2EE 5.

Now I remember where I read that - in Cameron's posts!
 
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hi guys thanks for replies..

Now i have another problem...
I am using WSAD5.1.2, I downloaded a project workspace from different machine to my machine & the project compiled with errors, errors are The method setTimeMillis(long)from the type Calander is not visible and the method split(Sting) is undefined for the type String.

when i changed the installed jre to C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.5.0_09 then
the error is changed to the type AbstractBuilder not visible,

How can i solve this..

one more question I have created a new jar file for some purpose, I am working in a Struts project, where to copy this jar in the websphere server,
is the name of the jar file added to any property file?

Thanks in advance.
 
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make sure you have exactly the same jre in both the systems
[ December 30, 2006: Message edited by: jay roy ]
 
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