I am using JChem for Linux. I am using version 22.214.171.124.
I upgraded IJC to 5.3.1, created a table, and now the web application I am developing returns the following error when I attempt to use web services:
The structure table contains
newer data version that this program version can handle. Please use a
Since there is no JChem 5.3.1 for Linux available yet, I have to install an IJC that uses JChem 126.96.36.199. However, I am not sure how I can upgrade to a version of IJC compatible with JChem 188.8.131.52.
Do I need to install IJC 3.0 and then upgrade it to a version compatible with 184.108.40.206? How do I prevent it from ugprading to a version that uses JChem 5.3.1?
I found out how to disable IJC automatic updates. Is there some way I can selectively update to a specific version when this is necessary?
To follow up:
I am unable to find older versions of IJC. Could you please point me to a location where I can download a copy compatible with 220.127.116.11?
An update: I found a copy of the IJC 3.0 installer, but I am unable to update it to a version compatible with 18.104.22.168.
How can I access a copy of IJC compatible with 22.214.171.124?
We do not have a version of IJC that usesJChem 126.96.36.199
These versions are available:
IJC 5.3.1 -> uses JChem 5.3.1
IJC 3.0.4 -> uses JChem 5.2.6
In IJC 5.3.1 the version numbers started to be sychronised with the JChem version numbers. There were no IJC releases betwen 3.0.4 and 5.3.1.
Thanks for your help. I do have a locally downloaded copy of IJC 3.0.4, but I can't find a link I can use to send to others on your site. Could you please provide me with a link to download old IJC versions?
Old versions can be found here:
Do note that when you run IJC after installing you will usually be prompted to load any updates, and this will upgrade from the installed version to the latest version supported by that installer, so it is not always possible to upgrade to a specific version.
If this is a problem we are probably able to locate files that can allow update to a specific version, but we'll need to track down those files.