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WASD 5.1.2, JDK 1.4

 
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Hi,

I am trying to rebuilt and redeploy a web application currently running on Apache, Tomcat to WASD 5.1.2 or WASD 6.0.

The Web app uses struts and uses certain features of JDK 1.4 like (import java.util.logging.Logger;
import java.util.regex.Matcher;
import java.util.regex.Pattern

I have made a new Dynamic web project and copied the code. I am now rewriting some code, making the necessary configuration changes to get it working.

I have some doubts for which i need some guidance.
1. Is there any documentation available to migrate from Tomcat to Websphere a Struts Application ?
2. WSAD 5.1.2 uses JDK 1.3 by default. How do i make it use 1.4
3. Is the WSAD 5.1 Test server JDK 1.4 complaint? if not can i make it JDK 1.4 complaint?
4. If i use RAD 6.0 how do i get a test server ?

Any guidance would be appreciated.

Thanks

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Jigs,
1. Probably. But I don't know where it is.
2/3. You don't. IBM doesn't support upgrading the server JVM of WSAD.
4. You actually get one server for free in RAD. You can right click a JSP and automatically publish to it. If you want another server, you need to create a profile from the command line.
 
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