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hi about jdk 1.5.0 and j2eesdk1.4

hem kumar
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hi folks i installed first j2eesdk 1.4 whih by deafault contains j2sdk 1.4.2. Now i want to install jdk 1.5. is it possible to do that.I spent yesterday night trying to do that. If it is possible plz tell how to do that. Thanking u
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Marilyn de Queiroz
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Now i want to install jdk 1.5. is it possible to do that.I spent yesterday night trying to do that.

It is possible. What problem did you have?


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hem kumar
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hi marilyn, then there will be 2 java versions in my system. how to sort it out. which shall i keep in class path.
Layne Lund
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First of all, you probably should NOT use the CLASSPATH variable at this point. If you are just starting to use Java, the CLASSPATH is optional and can cause a lot of problems.

More importantly, you need to decide which version of Java to put on the PATH. I suggest that you put Java 1.5 since it can run any programs that are written with Java 1.4.

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