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WSAD question

Tom Hill
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Does anyone know how to get WSAD working with an unpdated Java API, its currently J2EE 1.3 i think.

features like: String.split() are missing in the api! (which is a pain). Refactoring to use tokenizers is a bit of a pain for an entire project.

Any ideas?

Tom
Gregg Bolinger
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Seems like a WSAD question would be better of in the IDE forum...


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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Tom,
You can use a different J2SE for compiling (windows --> preferences --> JREs), but you cannot swap out the J2EE version used by the server.

I would recommend upgrading to WSAD 5.0 which has J2EE 1.3 support.


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