Thank you Jorissen,
Before reading your reply, I had actually got JDE v4.2 downloaded and tried. My project got compiled and cod, jar, jad got created successfully. Everything were fine. Then again I downloaded and installed the JDE v3.7 without uninstall the v4.2, which mean I got 2 versions of JDE installed. I repeat everything in v3.7, but it given me this error during compilation of the project: javac: target release 1.1 conflicts with default source release 1.5
Error: java compiler failed: javac -target 1.1 -g -O -d C:\DOCUME~1\flying\LOCALS~1\Temp\rapc_61083.dir -bootclasspath D:\MyWorkSp ...
Error while building project
Base on the error above, I can understand that, is the JDE v3.7 only supported JDK 1.1? FYI, I got JDK 1.5 installed. Or it is caused by something else?
Please help me on this, anyone got an idea? If possible, I want to remain my JDK 1.5 installed.
Originally Posted by L Jorissen
I'd go for the eldest version, ie the lowest version you want to have supported, and then it should work for newer versions too. There's an knowledge base article about this issue: Livelink - Redirection
Just curious: what app are you trying to develop?
Success, L J.