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Java 1.6 07 vs xMII v11.5 and MII v12

Hi ,

Does any one know if there are issues with JRE 1.6 07 or higher with xMII 11.5 and MII V12 / 12.1

or should one only stick to the recommended versions for each version.


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    Posted on Nov 10, 2008 at 01:24 PM


    Are you talking about the client or the Server? If it is the Server you should stay with the recommended versions as MII has not been tested on other versions of Java.

    MII 12.0 and earlier I would recommend Java 1.4.2_13 to latest version of 1.4.2 this has the Daylight Savings Time issues fixed.

    MII 12.1 will be running on 1.5 but this is not released yet.

    If you are talking about the client if possible I would stay with 1.4.2 but there should be no problems with other versions. There have been some builds of newer versions that have broken something for example if you want to use 1.5 I would recommend 1.5.0_11 or greater. As earler versions have problems that hinder the MII applets.

    As for v 1.6.0_07 I would just check all of the MII applets that you are using to make sure it works fine, as this has not been tested, but it should be fine.

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    Posted on Nov 10, 2008 at 01:49 PM

    Thanks for the reply.

    Makes sense, it's always easy to conrol the server side of things. I'ts just usually the clients

    that becomes an issue as companies do not always have a tight grasp of JAVA runtime deployments


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