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Problem Accessing SCJP Test Page

 
Nikhil Muppavarapu
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Dear all

i am new to the forum and i am very much grateful for the topics being posted here !

they are really very helpful ...

i am trying to access the mock test page of SCJP http://www.javaranch.com/game.jsp ... but am not able to view the page ...

all i am getting is a java cup ..... software update shows no new softwares .... the java test page at http://www.java.com/en/download/help/testvm.xml also shows the same java cup !

btw ... am running mac osx tiger .. and safari !

can you ppl please giude on what to do to get things done !
 
raj malhotra
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Is java installed on your system? when you install JRE(not JDK) it will ask you to select various browsers installed on your system.If you select those browsers, you will not get the java cup next time.
 
Nikhil Muppavarapu
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well ...

can you please tell me as to how to do it ?
 
Jesper de Jong
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You can find Java for Mac OS X here: http://developer.apple.com/java/

But normally Java is already included on Mac OS X, so you don't need to download and install it. Sun's Java tutorials are a good place to start learning Java.
 
Stephen Davies
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I hate to berate Mac, Im on MacBook Pro with Leopard myself, but, Safari (4 beta and 3) sometimes has problems loading Applets. However on Tiger, you should have java installed by default (Fire up Terminal and type java -version that should check your runtime, and then try javac -version and that should tell you if you have the JDK installed (although this is not needed to run Applets on the web, you will need it to write Java programs). If you still have issues with Safari, try using Firefox, it seems to work a bit better with Applets.
 
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