upgrading to 2008 version on Sandbox environment (Windows 2003 server). The supplied Installation guide suggests to have Java Runtime Environment version to be 1.4.2_08. However, JRE version on our server is already higher one - JRE1.5.0_06. Will newScale 2008 support higher versions of JRE(higher than 1.4.2_08) or will we have to downgrade the JRE version on our server to 1.4.2_08? Please advise.
For Jboss 3 and WebLogic 8, newScale Front Office 2008.1 only works with Sun JDK 1.4.2_x. At the time of release this x was 17, but it will work with the latest which is probably at 20 now. Any other Sun Java JDK version, such as 1.5.x or 1.6.x, is NOT supported.
For WebSphere 6.0.x, newScale Front Office 2008.1 only works with IBM Java 1.4.2_x. Customer can download the latest IBM Java 1.4.2_x from the IBM web site that is certi
The rumor is correct . The 2008.2 release will no longer work with WebSphere 6.0.x. It will only work with WebSphere 6.1.x, and thus must also use ONLY IBM Java 1.5.x. newScale will be publishing an updated platform support matrix with this release.
Thanks Ed. Can you please clarify this statement from your second last post: "For WebSphere 6.0.x, newScale Front Office 2008.1 only works with IBM Java 1.4.2_x" ? Does this sentence mean that for Websphere 6.0.x, newScale FO 2008.1 will work with all version of Java 1.4.2.x(220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168, 22.214.171.124 etc....) OR the instructions in the installation guide still hold true - " WebSphere 6.0 Windows: Use IBM Java 2 J2RE, version 1.4.2_08" ? Please advise and thanks again for all the information.
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