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I developed a Java program to update OCI with CMDB data using Java 1.6 on a PC. I moved to to the OCI server to run it on a schedule there, but the installed Java is 1.5. After recompiling for 1.5, the program failes on the OCI API calls as being an unsupported version of Java.
I want to install Java 1.6 along side of 1.5. Are the any issues with doing this?
That should work. I think Matt was also touching on the fact that we have no dependencies on Java 5 for OCI 6.4.1 so it can probably be removed without any negative impact. That would probably eliminate any confusion with the versions.
Please excuse any grammar or spelling errors...this was sent from a mobile device.
I think the Java 5 was installed by the server team when it was deployed. It it the company standard for most of the employee services. I won't remove it because it might be used for something else by the server team for maintaining it.
Thank you for the help. It was simpler than doing an install