albartell skrev den 18-09-2007 15:58:
I am working on some *old* Java code that requires JRE 1.3.x to run - or at
least I can't get it to run in JRE 6.x and my suspicion is that it has to do
with the JRE version because I can run it in WDSC just fine when I compile
the code to JDK 1.3 (btw, is IBM using their JVM or do they actually install
JDK 1.3 with WDSC?)
Please note that there are two different issues here. The first is which runtime you use to execute your program. The second one which Java version the compiler targets.

My guess is that you have configured the compiler and not installed a 1.3 runtime.



So here's my problem, Sun has finalized the EOL for 1.3:
http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.3/download.html
Anybody know where a guy like me could download 1.3? Anybody have it on
their HD that could FTP it to a private server for me to download
Read carefully the red box. At the end it says "For developer needs, all products that have completed the EOL transition period will be moved to the Archive <http://java.sun.com/products/archive/> area.", and "Archive" is a link to http://java.sun.com/products/archive/ - here you can download more Java versions than your harddisk can hold :)


But I believe that your problem is something else. Could you show us where the problems are when compiled to Java 6? It is most likely an identifier which has been labeled "enum" or such.


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