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    Question Zimbra 8.0.5 - Accessing Zimbra through Java API and Java/JDK 1.6

    Greetings,
    My company is in the middle of a project where an external system needs to be connected with the Zimbra LDAP. The other system is running Java 1.6 and we have decided to transmit information to Zimbra Server with the use of Java Libraries that come with the installation. However, it seems that there is a version compatibility issue, as the jar files are compiled with JDK 1.7 and thus the error "Unsupported major.minor version 51.0" upon run of compiled classes. Can I find those libraries

    zimbrasoap.jar
    zimbracommon.jar
    zimbrastore.jar
    etc.

    compiled under JDK 1.6 anywhere? If not, is there any repository with the latest source code so that I will compile the java files with JDK 1.6 manually?

    Thank you in advance,
    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by giannos View Post
    Greetings,
    My company is in the middle of a project where an external system needs to be connected with the Zimbra LDAP.
    Just use the usual LDAP client libraries.

    The other system is running Java 1.6 and we have decided to transmit information to Zimbra Server with the use of Java Libraries that come with the installation.
    Forget it. You'll need a complete and configured/running Zimbra installation (on that host) to use that API.
    (and of course, your application needs to be running as Zimbra user). The whole idea is pretty ridiculous ;-p

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