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loading help


Joined: Mar 01, 2000
Posts: 23
hello sir,
i want to load my java application in win nt and win 95 machine. i dont want to load all my jdk1.2.2 kit there, just i will load my application there, what is the min requirement to run my java application there. pl explain in detail.
thank q.
paul wheaton

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You will need the JRE (Java Runtime Environment). It is much smaller than the JDK. I've never fiddled witht the JRE myself, but it is build in to the JDK.

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Frank Hale
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Joined: Mar 25, 2000
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You can get the JRE as a separate download from and it only contains the core components which java applications need to run.
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