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JDK vs. SDK

Paul O'Neill
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What is the difference?

Also, the jre only needs to be deployed somewhere where development will not be taking place right? It's simply there to run the compiled java code.

Thanks for any enlightenment.
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Paul,
Sun likes to rename things. They are the same thing.


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