On 2/23/16, 5:52 AM, rob@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
Their reply was that the version of their product I am running will never
work on a system without Java 6 and I will have to wait for their next
release.

Sounds like they're using deprecated methods. And deprecation generally doesn't happen without warning, nor without the option of re-implementing the method in a subclass.

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JHHL

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