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beginning_java thread: RE: JDK 1.3


Message #1 by Chanoch Wiggers <ChanochW@w...> on Wed, 3 Apr 2002 09:33:52 +0100
look here:

http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.3/

there is a menu in the bottom left hand side that allows you to download
both. You dont want the jre because it doesnt include the tools you need for
developing apps, just to run java apps. THe current version is 1.3.1_02.
Docs are also there

chanoch

-----Original Message-----
From: Blake Murray [mailto:blakem@s...]
Sent: 02 April 2002 23:18
To: Beginning Java
Subject: [beginning_java] JDK 1.3


I just bought the book Beginning Java 2 JDK 1.3 Edition.  My problem is that
I can't find Java Development Kit 1.3.  The thing that I keep downloading is
the Java Runtime Environment with 1.3 in it.  But none of the roots are like
the ones in the book and makes it very confusing.  Instead of C:/JDK1.3, I
have something like C:/Program Files/Java Soft/1_3_3/  and it is confusing
me.  Book also says something about installing documenatation which I don't
have.  Could someone please help me with a location so that I can download
the right JDK.


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Message #2 by Vincent <lkv@u...> on Tue, 02 Apr 2002 19:27:25 -0500
I also made the same mistake when I installed JRE 1.4 and not JDK 1.4

Here's 1.3 :

http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.3/download.html

Download the *SDK* for Windows (all languages).  The SDK also contains th
e
JRE, but downloading the JRE doesn't give you the tools to compile code. 

Hence, the SDK file should be a lot bigger than the JRE file.  


I also strongly suggest downloading the documentation, even though it's
online.  


Have fun coding!

Vincent


"Blake Murray" <blakem@s...> wrote:
> I just bought the book Beginning Java 2 JDK 1.3 Edition.  My problem is

that
> I can't find Java Development Kit 1.3.  The thing that I keep downloadi
ng
is
> the Java Runtime Environment with 1.3 in it.  But none of the roots are

like
> the ones in the book and makes it very confusing.  Instead of C:/JDK1.3
, I
> have something like C:/Program Files/Java Soft/1_3_3/  and it is confus
ing
> me.  Book also says something about installing documenatation which I d
on't
> have.  Could someone please help me with a location so that I can downl
oad
> the right JDK.
> 

> 

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Message #3 by Chanoch Wiggers <ChanochW@w...> on Wed, 3 Apr 2002 09:36:52 +0100
look here:

http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.3/

there is a menu in the bottom left hand side that allows you to download
both. You dont want the jre because it doesnt include the tools you need for
developing apps, just to run java apps. THe current version is 1.3.1_02.
Docs are also there

chanoch

-----Original Message-----
From: Blake Murray [mailto:blakem@s...]
Sent: 02 April 2002 23:18
To: Beginning Java
Subject: [beginning_java] JDK 1.3


I just bought the book Beginning Java 2 JDK 1.3 Edition.  My problem is that
I can't find Java Development Kit 1.3.  The thing that I keep downloading is
the Java Runtime Environment with 1.3 in it.  But none of the roots are like
the ones in the book and makes it very confusing.  Instead of C:/JDK1.3, I
have something like C:/Program Files/Java Soft/1_3_3/  and it is confusing
me.  Book also says something about installing documenatation which I don't
have.  Could someone please help me with a location so that I can download
the right JDK.


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Message #4 by Nayan Ramadasan <nramadasan@y...> on Tue, 2 Apr 2002 17:26:38 -0800 (PST)
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Hi Blake,
I am totally new to Java myself. Hope this helps. I downloaded from the Sun Website and i downloaded the j2sdk1_3_0-win.exe file.
The very latest version released by Sun Microsystems is JDK1.3.1, referred to as Java 2. Most commercial applications in production
today that were built using Java were built on earlier versions of the JDK. You can download a version from Sun's Website. One
detail about JDK1.2 and JDK1.3 that is worth mentioning: they include, optionally, support for CORBA-based remote computing in the
form of an IDL-to-Java compiler and an ORB (Object Request Broker). 
To establish a computing environment it makes sense to use an IDE (Integrated Development Environment). There are several in wide
use, including J-Builder from Inprise (formally Borland), and Visual Age from IBM. Three products bear mention: 
   JBuilder6 from Borland, free home trial, bothersome registration required. 
   Visual Cafe Standard Edition 4.1 It's free if you are brave enough to give them marketing information. 
   NetBeans NetBeans is a modular, standards-based integrated development environment (IDE), written in Java. 
   Sun Microsystems has released its own IDE, Forte For Java. The Community edition is free. [For a discussion of its pro's and
con's see netbeans.developer.ide at the news server news.netbeans.com.] When it comes to Java Sun is ready to do whatever it takes
to make a success of it, and giving away software is one such thing. 

To give you some perspective on these products, some companies use JBuilder and some others NetBeans. Many programmers of an older
generation use on emacs rather than IDE Two advantages it has are its cost (free) and the fact that it can be found everywhere.

Let me know if you need any further assist with the downloading and installation.

Nayan.

 Blake Murray <blakem@s...> wrote: I just bought the book Beginning Java 2 JDK 1.3 Edition. My problem is that
I can't find Java Development Kit 1.3. The thing that I keep downloading is
the Java Runtime Environment with 1.3 in it. But none of the roots are like
the ones in the book and makes it very confusing. Instead of C:/JDK1.3, I
have something like C:/Program Files/Java Soft/1_3_3/ and it is confusing
me. Book also says something about installing documenatation which I don't
have. Could someone please help me with a location so that I can download
the right JDK.


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Message #5 by "Blake Murray" <blakem@s...> on Tue, 2 Apr 2002 16:17:46 -0600
I just bought the book Beginning Java 2 JDK 1.3 Edition.  My problem is that
I can't find Java Development Kit 1.3.  The thing that I keep downloading is
the Java Runtime Environment with 1.3 in it.  But none of the roots are like
the ones in the book and makes it very confusing.  Instead of C:/JDK1.3, I
have something like C:/Program Files/Java Soft/1_3_3/  and it is confusing
me.  Book also says something about installing documenatation which I don't
have.  Could someone please help me with a location so that I can download
the right JDK.


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