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From David Sean Taylor <d.tay...@onehippo.com>
Subject Re: Problem with preferences when upgrading Java with Jetspeed 2.0
Date Tue, 17 Nov 2009 08:26:35 GMT

On Nov 16, 2009, at 6:26 AM, bhardage wrote:

> David Sean Taylor-3 wrote:
>> The preferences are a little more involved than a few property files.
>> Best I can do is recommend staying on Java 1.4 or 1.5 for the 2.0
>> release, or migrating to a newer release. Guess I could load up the
>> old 2.0 release and see for myself what is going wrong on Java 1.6 if
>> using Java 1.6 and Jetspeed 2.0 is absolutely critical for you....
> Well, the problem is that the customer for whom this application is  
> being
> modified understands what Java is, just because it's something he  
> knows has
> to be installed before the application. He's a little fuzzier with  
> Jetspeed,
> since it's built into the application, and upgrading it probably  
> won't show
> any visible changes.
> I don't think it'll be a problem upgrading Jetspeed as far as he's  
> concerned
> if that's what it takes to fix the Java problem (and it really needs  
> to be
> upgraded eventually anyway). So, I guess I just need to bite the  
> bullet and
> upgrade Jetspeed.
> As far as you looking at Jetspeed 2.0/Java 1.6 to see what the  
> problem is,
> it's unnecessary. I mean part of me really wants to know what the  
> problem
> was, but it's not worth the time.

You can follow the data migration guides to upgrade here:


Im kinda interested to see why it fails. If you can wait a few days I  
might get a look at it...

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