My question is, what good is having modules in CW2K updated to use the new Java 1.4.1 when the ANI server itself does not run it? I ran "Analyze ANI Server" and I see that the ANI server is still using 1.3.1. Have I missed something? I now notice a significant delay when running CW and I have just upgraded my server to a 3Ghz, 3Gig RAM 80gig HD machine. Again, have I missed something during the upgrade?
Un-install JPI 1.3.1 from the client so that CW2K only uses 1.4.1_02. If both are installed on the same client, then there are issues with the co-existence as documented in the README file for the CW2K Update 1.
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