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Java development on Windows-95

 
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I would like to use a MS Windows-95 platform to develop Java applications. Does anyone know of a version of Java that will install (without warnings) and run successfully on this platform?
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What type of applications are you planning to develop? If you need J2EE (Server-side development with EJBs, Servlets, etc), you will need a better OS. Otherwise, I don't know a reason that you couldn't use the 1.4.1 SDK, but I haven't tried it.
 
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I have successfully run using 1.3.1 and even J2EE stuff (Servlets and EJBs) using Win95.
 
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