Not to hijack the thread, or say anything untowards about IBM, but I'm really frustrated at the slow support for EJB 3.0. I really want to do some new EJB development, but WebSphere support is nowhere in sight. I can't even seen any EJB 3.0 technology previews out there, and I'm disappointed.
Perhaps this Geronimoe things has really thrown the IBM labs a curve ball, but I don't even hear talk about WebSphere 7. I wonder what's going on.
Okay, sorry about the editorial.
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Originally posted by Jeanne Boyarsky: I remember reading somewhere that a later version of WebSphere 6 supports Java 5, but not J2EE 5.
Now I remember where I read that - in Cameron's posts!
Joined: Jun 15, 2006
hi guys thanks for replies..
Now i have another problem... I am using WSAD5.1.2, I downloaded a project workspace from different machine to my machine & the project compiled with errors, errors are The method setTimeMillis(long)from the type Calander is not visible and the method split(Sting) is undefined for the type String.
when i changed the installed jre to C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.5.0_09 then the error is changed to the type AbstractBuilder not visible,
How can i solve this..
one more question I have created a new jar file for some purpose, I am working in a Struts project, where to copy this jar in the websphere server, is the name of the jar file added to any property file?
Thanks in advance.
Joined: Nov 16, 2006
make sure you have exactly the same jre in both the systems [ December 30, 2006: Message edited by: jay roy ]