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Conflict Java 1.3.1 and 1.4

Hey all,
Question........ 
I use two different webpages that are Java run. One using Version 1.3
and the other 1.4. If one of the versions is installed the other page
is no longer viewable and Visa versa.
Is there a way to link the version to be used by the specific page?
Other solutions are welcom. The two pages are not self made. (one is
BMC the other is CA made)
Ivo
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ivo
10/6/2003 9:17:41 AM
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Exactly what technology are you using here?  Are these pages
JSP/Servlets or Applets?

If you're using JSP/Servlets, you can only use one JDK version per
instance of the servlet container.  You can run two containers on the
same machine (as long as they are bound to different ports).

-Nathan

ivo.mulders@abp.nl (Ivo Mulders) wrote in message news:<4dae8763.0310060117.19e03e40@posting.google.com>...
> Hey all,
> Question........ 
> I use two different webpages that are Java run. One using Version 1.3
> and the other 1.4. If one of the versions is installed the other page
> is no longer viewable and Visa versa.
> Is there a way to link the version to be used by the specific page?
> Other solutions are welcom. The two pages are not self made. (one is
> BMC the other is CA made)
> Ivo
0
nathanz
10/6/2003 2:48:50 PM
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