Microsoft Remoting Script Fails after installing Java version 6 update 22

One of our clients still relies on a legacy ASP application that utilizes Microsoft remoting scripting.  The ASP application has page objects with defined execute methods.  The execute methods are function calls that should return a true or false value.  After the client upgraded their java versions to version 6 update 22 or higher, the methods will execute but the value that is being returned is always null.  We unistalled the later release of Java and went back to version 6 update 21.  The execute methods starting functioning as they should.  Any ideas on what could be causing this?
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SRigneyConnect With a Mentor Commented:
There was a bug with update 22 of Java version 6.  Update 23 may have fixed these for you.
m_farrisAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the reply.  We have tried v6 update 23 with no success.  For now, we will stay with v6 update 21 and hope that one day a furture release will fix the problem.
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