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Sun ONE AS 6.5 = iPlanet AS 6.5?

 
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Hi guys,
Was the "iPlanet Application Server 6.5", rebranded to be "Sun ONE Application Server 6.5", the same, save the name? It's because I have an older Sun ONE Starter Kit and it says "iPlanet Application Server 6.5" while the new version of the kit says "Sun ONE Application Server Enterprise Edition 6.5".
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Yes, Sun ONE Application Server 6.5 and iPlanet Application Server 6.5 are the same thing. It's just marketing, all of tools/splash screens still say iPlanet in all 6.x versions.
There have been two maintainance updates, however. (MU1 and MU2). If you have an old CD you might want to downloaded the latest bits just so that you have the patches.
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