|Re: BIRT 2.6.1 Rhino java script support Question [message #905126 is a reply to message #904964]
||Wed, 29 August 2012 18:39
| Jason Weathersby
Registered: July 2009
If you try option 3, I would use the POJO runtime with BIRT 3.7 or
greater. You could just try replacing the js.jar.
On 8/29/2012 9:31 AM, Anthony Farrell wrote:
> One final question on this, during a compliance review of the BIRT
> technolog stack within our application, there has been some questions on
> BIRT 2.6.1 I believe. There are some parts of this jar file that pose a
> problem for us.
> I have a couple of questions, we are currently using BIRT 2.6.1
> 1) As Rhino is shipped with Java 6, could we configure BIRT 2.6.1 to
> use the Rhino engine that ships with Java (as BIRT uses OSGi would this
> be is it possible?)
> 2) Is it possilbe to upgrade to a newer version of BIRT that does not
> rely on Rhino or does not rely on the version that ships with BIRT?
> 3) Could we overwrite the mozilla jar file above with a compliant Rhino
> jar file that we have access to, a version from the IBM Java 6 release.
> This is something that we can test I guess, but even if we found no
> issues would it be safe to do?
> Apologies for the odd questions.
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