Versions of JDK 1.3
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Posted By:   Ramkumar_Sundaram
Posted On:   Wednesday, December 26, 2001 07:57 AM

Hi I have been using jdk1.2 native threads on Solaris 2.8 The application is running fine on this But when we tried to run the same with jdk1.2 Green threads we had problems in encoding and encryption So we got back to jdk1.2 native threads We have recently upgraded to jdk1.3 and we get the problem we faced in jdk1.2 green threads The version jdk1.3 that we have installed says "mixed mode" Is there any native threads version of Jdk 1.3 available for Solaris 2.6 and 2.8 If so, could you please tell me where I could get it ? Thank you Ram    More>>

Hi




I have been using jdk1.2 native threads on Solaris 2.8
The application is running fine on this
But when we tried to run the same
with jdk1.2 Green threads we had problems in encoding and encryption
So we got back to jdk1.2 native threads
We have recently upgraded to jdk1.3
and we get the problem we faced in jdk1.2 green threads
The version jdk1.3 that we have installed says "mixed mode"
Is there any native threads version of Jdk 1.3 available for Solaris 2.6 and 2.8



If so, could you please tell me where I could get it ?



Thank you



Ram

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Re: Versions of JDK 1.3

Posted By:   Christopher_Schultz  
Posted On:   Wednesday, December 26, 2001 08:23 AM

'Mixed mode' refers to the JIT: that means some code will be run interpreted and some will be run compiled by the JIT.



I think Sun abolished the green threads in its distribution of the JRE, so you should always be using native threads.



-chris
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