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j2ee1.3 vs. j2ee4 and HF-book ejb2.0 exampels

 
Ner min
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i just realised that running j2sdkee-1_3_1-win.exe with jdk5 wonnt work.
so i asked my self is it really nesecery to go with the jdk1.3 and this j2sdkee-1_3_1-win.exe in order to compleate the HF-book?

ok i will try other way - is ejb2.1 backwarts compatible with 2.0?
if so, couldunt i use some of this sun app-servers 8.x or so, couse they are j2ee1.4 compatible and j2ee runs ejb 2.1? so i dont have to uninstall jdk5?

is anybody tryed this HF-book ejb2.0 examples on any j2ee1.4 app-server and if do they work?
 
Rajan Murugan
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Hi,
there is no need to uninstall.simply point to the jsdk that you want to use 1.3 or 1.4 or 1.5.You can install multiple jdk.
 
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thanks Rajan,

but do you know are this j2ee1.4 compilant servers(or ejb2.1) backwarts compatible with the ejb2.0?
 
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Normally it should be with all the servers otherwise an application which was developed spending lots of resources(money,time,manpower etc) just ends up being tied up with one server/vendor.What good is that? at the end spec is to make the application vendor independent.So,it will be possible may be with little tweaking with some code and/or the depl descriptor.May be others may be able to tell specific restrictions and requirements if any.
 
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