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Thread: an error message while runnung java

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    while running jaav program "un support class version" error displaying help me.but before installing oracle 10g all are working good but after installing oracle 10g i m getting that error message while running java

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    This error can happen when the program being run was compiled on a newer version of java than that trying to run it. Try updating your JVM to the most recent release of java.

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