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SUN JDK/JRE 5.0 with IBM Rational Application Developer 7

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IBM Rational Application Developer Version 7(RAD) uses IBM JDK by default. Is there any way to user SUN JDK 5.0 instead with RAD V 7
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I'm not 100% sure about V7, but in V6 you can only run application using a different JRE go to Windows-> Preferences-> Java-> Installed JREs.  But the compiles have to use the compiler in RAD
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