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Reegz
Joined: Dec 3, 2019
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Hi all,

First post - and it's probably in the wrong section.

I'm just getting started with Avaya custom development and am working my way through some of the installation videos on the DevConnect portal.

https://www.devconnectprogram.com/site/global/products_resources/avaya_breeze/educational_resources/video1.gsp

The versions of Java and Maven referenced here are quite old. Are there any more recent videos or install guides? Would I be fine running with later versions of Java and Maven and setting my source version to 1.7 to comply with the Breeze runtime? Is there any real reason to use Eclipse for Avaya-specific development?

Like I said, brand new to this so any and all pointers would be gladly welcome.

Thanks
JohnBiggs
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Yes the videos are quite dated, but the basic concepts remain valid.
Newer versions of Java and Maven are certainly recommended for current development, check the programmer's guides for specifics about supported versions.
Eclipse is not required, it is just commonly used and a starting point for the majority(?) of consumers.
Reegz
Joined: Dec 3, 2019
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Thanks John.

I've already started down the path with the older versions of Java and Maven, albeit isolated from my normal stack. Will push on through some of the samples to get the hang of things before attempting to introduce the later versions of Java, Maven.
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