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From Joseph Shraibman <...@selectacast.net>
Subject Re: Sometimes you need to throw the fish back...
Date Fri, 08 Jun 2001 19:21:24 GMT
Since jdk 1.4 uses jdbc3, of course jdbc drivers will now not compile. 
The bug is in the Sun documentation saying that 1.4 is compatible with
1.3.

Sam Ruby wrote:
> 
> Edwin Goei wrote:
> >
> > Oops, I sent a reply before reading this email.  I'd encourage you to
> > file bugs on the other components too (except the crimson bug which has
> > already been fixed).  There is a group of people dedicated to processing
> > bugs in Bug Parade and entering them into Sun's internal bug tracking
> > system.
> 
> As I already indicated, I'm disappointed by the response to my first
> report.  Despite the web page from which I downloaded the JDK beta
> indicating that the JDK "is fully compatible with previous J2SE software
> releases.", it seems that a report of an incompatibility is not viewed as a
> bug.
> 
> Since all I did was compile the sources, pretty much all of the "problems"
> were compatibility issues.
> 
> There are two notable exceptions.  The first being the Crimson bug which
> you indicated will be fixed in the next beta.  The other being a potential
> regression in reflection/security found in Scarab.  I say potential
> regression as I don't know yet if it is a security hole that has been
> closed, a tightening up of checks that prior JDKs were lax on, or a bug.
> In any case, the project is not an Apache one and the owners do not seem
> predisposed to pursue it...
> 

-- 
Joseph Shraibman
jks@selectacast.net
Increase signal to noise ratio.  http://www.targabot.com

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