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latest java and tomcat version

 
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what's the latest tomcat and java version?
we're migrating to the latest stable release from j2se 1.4 and tomcat 4.1 to the latest version. we would like the latest stable version of J2EE and Tomcat, and not the beta releases.

i also has to be compatible with Novell

i would also like to ask if there would be compatibility and deployment issues on the existing and already running applications?

thanks
[ March 08, 2006: Message edited by: Shuini Gustav ]
 
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Moving to the Tomcat forum
 
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There is a link on the front page of the Tomcat site called:
Which Version that leads to a page will all the information you need regarding versions.
 
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