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EJB3 & JDK1.4

Mohammad Jaber
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Hi all ,
is there any way where i can use EJB3 under JDK 1.4 if i used XML mapping files instead on Annotations and using Unmanaged Senarion where i use the EntityManagerFactory instead of injection , any hints or ideas , thanks


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Ulf Dittmer
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Since EJB3 relies heavily on Java 5 features this is not possible.


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Debu Panda
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It depends upon whether app server supports that. For example, OracleAS 10.1.3.1 supports limited EJB 3 functionality with JDK 1.4 using XML


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Reza Rahman
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JBoss on the other hand, requires JDK 5 for EJB 3 support.
[ March 18, 2007: Message edited by: Reza Rahman ]

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Mohammad Jaber
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Thanks for your replies , but can you please give me more details about running it under Oracle AS and JDK 1.4 how can i accomplish this , does it need a certain persistence.jar compiled under 1.4 or it depends on the Implementaion (which on Oracle AS case is Toplink), or is it configured by AS , and can you please tell me as an example what limitaions we might have , Thanks again
 
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