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Websphere 6.1 and JEE 2.5 compatibility

 
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Hi ,

I am trying to develop a web application with J2EE 2.5 specification and using the Websphere 6.1 server for deployment in RAD. The error on deployment is that J2EE 2.5 is not compatible with Websphere 6.1, are there any plugins or Service packs for this problem?

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Sindhu
 
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Not sure what you mean by J2EE 2.5 specification. The current version is called JEE 6, the previous JEE 5 - as far as I am aware there has never been a 2.5 version of the specification. Do you mean a specific component in that specification or was it a typo?
 
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when I am using JEE 2.5 and deploy that on a websphere 6.1 , I get the following error :

" The server does not support version 2.5 of the J2EE Web module specification."
 
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There is no JEE 2.5 spec. You mean the Servlet 2.5 spec which is part of JEE 5. WebSphere 6.1 supports Java 5 or 6 (I forget) but is still J2EE 1.7. WebSphere 7 supports JEE 5.
 
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