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WebFocus 431 under Windows XP
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WebFocus 431 under Windows XP

WebFocus 431 under Windows XP

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I am currently running WF 431 under Windows 2000, though
I'm sure it was originally designed for an earlier version of Windows, possibly W98. I'm getting a new p.c. which will have XP as the default operating system. Will WF work in this environment or will I need to install W2000? Thanks!

RE: WebFocus 431 under Windows XP

Not sure but it should work. IBI will probably not support this configuration. I do not believe 4.3.1 is supported anymore. The current release is 5.3.2.   4.3.5, 4.3.6, 5.1, and 5.2 were its predecessors.

RE: WebFocus 431 under Windows XP

4.3.6 is OK under XP. 4.3.1 will probably be OK but you will almost certainly have a problem with MRE because new PC's ship with Sun Java and MRE only plays with microsoft Java. The XP default security settings can be problematic too.

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