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Hi.
Is JDeveloper 10g is free to download !?
I have read oracle's adv, and they said :
download JDeveloper 10g for free
so, is JDeveloper free or they meaning a trial version??
 
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Most Oracle stuff is free to download and use for personal use. For example, I have their database, application server and IDE installed on my work machine at home.
AFAIK, JDeveloper 10g is still considered a "preview" version. Meaning, you probably don't want to write production code with it. Also, JDeveloper projects < 10G need to be "converted" upon loading into 10G.
I've played around with 10G and it's pretty nice. I've been using their 903 version for about a year now and it's pretty good also.
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