Webserver on solaris 10

What is the minimum version of the Sun webserver that is supported on Solaris 10?
Also is there a migration path from webserver 6.1SP5 on Solaris 9 to a supported webserver version on Solaris10?
thanks and regards,

You should use latest WS6.1SPx. For SPx level upgrade, you can install the new version in previous installation to get direct migration. We recommend you to use WS7.0 in Solaris 10 environment to get latest features. WS7.0 also provide a migration tool for you to migrate your WS6.x to WS7.0.

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