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VIGNESHWAR VISWANATHAN
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Programatically
when you create the application program and want others to use your application if there are some limitations in your application .You can specify it.
raj malhotra
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Please specify proper subject line and make sure you read your message atleast once before you post .
Kaydell Leavitt
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Do you mean specifying the "System Requirements" of your program?

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[ June 17, 2007: Message edited by: Kaydell Leavitt ]
Barry Gaunt
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Moving to our Java In General (Beginner) forum for further processing...


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Eric Daly
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One thing that comes to mind: maybe the question is whether you can limit for example the features of the program, perhaps if it was a demo version or something that needs to be unlocked to use the full version. If so, the answer is yes. I know that's obvious, but I'm trying to help clarify the question more than find an answer at this point...


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