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Java Plugin Version Question #2 -

I'm thinking the my other question may get lost as the previous post is getting a little cluttered up:

Question:

We will be installing the DST patches for each of the 3 RME 3.5 servers and each of the 6 Campus Mgr servers which are all running on Solaris 2.8 this next weekend. The RME servers are @ IDU 13 and the Campus servers are all @ IDU 11.

After installing the DST patches, will the supported Java version then increase to 1.4.2_12.

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Re: Java Plugin Version Question #2 -

We only ever have ONE true supported version of the plug-in. After applying the DST patches for any currently supported version of LMS, the One True Supported JPI will be 1.4.2_12. All others will not work.

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Re: Java Plugin Version Question #2 -

The supported version of the JPI will be 1.4.2_12. This is the same version of the supported JPI used by LMS 2.6 with its DST patch.

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Re: Java Plugin Version Question #2 -

Thanks for getting back....

Let me make sure I've got this straight...

Once the DST patches are installed, the supported Java Plugin will be 1.4.2_12?

Correct?

If so, will 1.4.1_02 still work or will the JPI have to be upgraded from 1.4.1_02 to 1.4.2_12?

It may appear I'm a little slow but I'm from Oklahoma! That's my story and I'm sticking to it...

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Re: Java Plugin Version Question #2 -

We only ever have ONE true supported version of the plug-in. After applying the DST patches for any currently supported version of LMS, the One True Supported JPI will be 1.4.2_12. All others will not work.

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