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Dear Pals,
When I install Sun One Studio 1.4.1, It by default installs JDK 1.4.1 with it. But as JDK
is already installed in my PC, I don't find any logic to install it again. I know I can
change which JRE Forte (Sun One Studio) will use, but I want it to do at the earliest
time in the installation wizard.
(1) Does Sun One Studio, Community Edition not support my demanded feature?
(2) Is there a seperate JDK-less version of Sun One Studio, Community Edition 1.4.1
available?
(3) Or am I mistaking any point here? Like if JDK1.4.1 is already installed and found in
the classpath by installation wizard, it does not propmt to install JDK...
Thanks in advance for your clarification.
 
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