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Hello,I have a war file that when I deploy on one server works, however onanother server I am getting an Identifier Expected error on thisfunctionpublic List<String> func()The error is saying that it is expecting a variable instead of<String.  Is this an issue with Java 1.5 not being configured on thatmachine?Thanks for any help you can provide.  I am using GoDaddy as a providerand it works on their shared host but when I got a virtual dedicatedhost and deployed the war file this is what I'm getting.  I also gottheir service plan which prevents me from lookin at the server...  Ican't ssh in.Thank you for any help you can provide.-Jia
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On Thu, 28 Jun 2007 19:08:10 -0700, jiali2121@yahoo.com wrote, quotedor indirectly quoted someone who said :>I have a war file that when I deploy on one server works, however on>another server I am getting an Identifier Expected error on this>function>public List<String> func()See http://mindprod.com/applets/wassup.htmland http://mindprod.com/jgloss/properties.htmlto learn about system properties, in particular java.version.Then you can dump out what version you are running in a tiny test app.--Roedy Green Canadian Mind ProductsThe Java Glossaryhttp://mindprod.com
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