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From Daniel Kulp <>
Subject Re: Apache Camel trunk on JDK 7
Date Fri, 12 Aug 2011 13:35:45 GMT
On Friday, August 12, 2011 8:23:00 AM Claus Ibsen wrote:
> Hi
> Just wondering if anybody have tried to compile and test the Camel
> trunk source on a JDK 7 ?

I tried and it didn't get very far.   The antcalls off to the schemagen stuff 
all failed.   It's the same stuff that fails with the IBM JDK and on HPUX so 
we may need the same workarounds.   That said, we probably should completely 
re-look at the schemagen stuff and see if there is a better solution.

> It would be nice to know if there is a few minor issues which we may
> be able to correct before the next 2.8.1 / 2.9.0 release so we at
> least can compile on JDK 7.

As an FYI:  I've tried WSS4J and CXF with Java7.   WSS4J compiles fine, but 
has a single test failure.   CXF required some upates to compile, but nothing 
major.    Mostly POM profile updates to select JAXB/JAXWS 2.2 instead of  2.1.  
There are a few system test failures in CXF, all related to security  (mostly 
https) as well.  In Java7, they disabled a few of the lower end SSL algorithms 
that are no longer considered secure and I THINK a couple of the tests are 
using them (mostly to be able to run the tests on the Java5 JRE's that don't 
have the stronger encryption pack installed).     We MAY hit some of the same 
issues in Camel with the new HTTPS stuff David did.   Not 100% sure though.

Daniel Kulp
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