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From Danny Angus <Danny_An...@slc.co.uk>
Subject JDK 1.3 vs 1.4 (was: RE: Excluding DNS entries from lookup?)
Date Wed, 22 Oct 2003 09:16:43 GMT

(this went to the wrong list ..)


I have a *little* insight into this since taking up my *new**job* ;-)

Serge wrote:
> Sounds like a better approach, but then do we require JDK 1.4?  With JDK
> 1.5 on the horizon, maybe it's not such a bad idea.

Noel added:
> We would require it for that feature.  Not in general.  And we still have
> too many JDK 1.3 users to require JDK 1.4, according to the responses we
> every time we ask.  :-)

We use Oracle, oc4j from 9iAS is stuck on 1.3 and although we don't use
James we are stuck on 1.3 because of the oracle thing.

I've been undecided about the jvm issue before, but I'm now tending towards
thinking that the longer we can avoid using 1.4 the better it is for uptake
by large slow moving ICT places where the decision to use 1.4 in a server
environment may be more involved (even political) that it perhaps should


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