Thank you for the 2.1.0 release. It was just in the nick of time and we have squeezed it into production to resolve the large message bugs. It appears to be working well. We do have an issue though. I realise that 2.1 server now requires Java 6, but it appears that the client also depend on the same 6 version. This is an issue for us (and I am guessing a number of other organisations) where there are a number of legacy systems which are not certified for java 6. I'd like to use HornetQ as our enterprise JMS however the rework for testing and upgrading to an unsupported version of Java makes this non trivial (impossible).
Do you have any suggestions for 2.1.0 clients running on Java 5? (before I waste my time) Can you advise whether we can recompile the client jars on 5 or are there real dependecies on 6 in there?
Thank you for your time,
The only class that requires Java6 at the moment is /work/projects/trunk/src/main/org/hornetq/utils/concurrent/HornetQConcurrentLinkedQueue.java.
Maybe it would be possible to change the target on compilation to 1.5, and the clients would be compatible with Java 1.5.
If that doesn't work, it would be possible to compile only the client part as java 1.5. Maybe provide a build.xml for java 5 classes.
If you do something around that, it would be nice to have a patch. Maybe you could raise an issue.. attach a patch. It's probably something simple.
Thank you for your key information Clebert! Saved me some time.
I downloaded the src.zip, changed the first two lines in 'build-hornetq.properties to the following:
I just recompiled (build.bat) (it did so without any significant errors).
I was then able to use the following jars from <project>/build/jars on the client side (Java 5)
Well whadayaknow, it works beautifully.