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Different JDK version on IPlanet 6.0 web server

 
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We have a web application, which was developed using java 1.2, and deployed on iPlanet web server 6.0.

However, right now we're going to develop another web application using java 1.4.2 (or at least 1.3). My question is that, will it be possible to have 2 version of JVM (1.2 and 1.4.2) running on the same IPlanet web server.

The new application has to be at least 1.3, as we're using another 3rd party framework, which supports only 1.3 and above.
 
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