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I have an application that uses JDK 1.4 and JRE 1.4 and it has swing components in it.
Now users are upgrading their desktops to JRE 1.6.whether all the swing components work fine with JRE 1.6?
Also is there any way so that JRE 1.6 behaves like JRE 1.4.Is there any command to set so that JRE 1.6 can run swing components assuming that as JRE 1.4.
Please help me.Also is it necessary to upgrade our JDK to JDK 1.6 in this scenario(Users are just upgrading to JRE 1.6 on their desktops).Actually our application code resides on a unix server with JDK 1.4 and JRE 1.4 and users are sending requests to this server.
Retrotranslator is a utility for making Java programs written for Java 6 work on older versions, such as Java 1.4.
I think Suresh wants to do the opposite: run his Java 1.4 program on Java 6 on the user's desktops. That should work without any modifications, but there might be minor points you'll have to look at. See Java SE 6 Compatibility with previous releases.
Is it necessary to upgrade server side java to java 1.6?.In our apps users are just upgrading their desktops with JRE 1.6 and sending request to our application applet residing on the server.In such a scenario what is the necessity to upgrade server side java to 1.6?Please help me..