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x64 support ?

Gaurav Mantro
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Hi All,
I have installed a windows server 2003 x64 and was wondering what kind of support is available for 64 bit. I am looking for JVM, Apache/Tomcat, Eclipse alike IDE.
Any pointers/help will be appreciated.

thanks


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William Brogden
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The Sun pages for SDK download list 64 bit versions for SPARC and AMD processors - including one for Windows. Given the nature of Java - once you have a JVM running it should handle any pure Java application.
So - what processor are you using?
Bill
 
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