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Upgrading the IBM JRE for WAS6.0

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Is it possible to upgrade the IBM JRE in WAS6.0 from the 1.4x version to a 1.5x version without upgrading to WAS 6.1?

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The problem is that my code contains Enums and Generics which are not supported by JRE 1.4.  Therefore, if I want to deploy the application, it has to be on JRE 1.5.x.  The question is, how can I use JRE 1.5.x on WAS6.0?
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I think you can configure the JRE and set it to 1.5
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You can use an application client that runs in a 1.5 JRE, and that connects to resources within WebSphere, either on the same machine (locally), or on a remote machine
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The simple answer to your question is no.
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Verify this "no" answer using the following IBM site:

http://IBM.com/support/docview.wss?rs=180&uid=swg27007274

Look for the section of the table that has the following in column 1:

Java
The WebSphere-supplied Java 2 SDK is required for both the run time and any remote Java clients
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I sort of gave up on it and began re-coding the application a week or so ago....Thanks for the response though :-)
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