I'm trying to find a copy of the x86 version of the Sun Java Directory Server compressed archive for Solaris. I'm trying to build out a test system for some old software, and I only have a copy of the Sparc version of ldap. I've tried using the current DSEE version available on the Oracle e-delivery cloud, but the software is too old to work with it...it needs the 5.2 version, specifically. Is anyone aware of where I can find a copy?
Thanks for any assistance.
Thanks, but I unfortunately do not have a support contract. If they had such contracts for individuals, I would be willing to buy one out of pocket, but I don't think I could convince my employer to do so for a project that is only tangentially related to work. I was hoping that it was old enough to be offered for free like everything on the e-delivery cloud, but no such luck, I suppose.
This is part of the Oracle Lifetime Support policy:
'OLD' products can/may still be supported under *SPECIAL* support contracts. So if you're entitled to its support, you can access it. Otherwise, I'm afraid the answer is no.