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Converting Microsoft Java to Sun Java

 
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Hi All

We currently have an application running in Microsoft Java and want to migrate it to the latest greatest sun java.

Is there any documentation or websites out there that could help us in this process?

Thanks
 
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The first step would be to just try it; it might work as is. The differences between the official Sun APIs and Microsoft's versions of them are actually rather small. But if your application is using Microsoft's class libraries for talking to MFC from Java -- well, then all bets are off. The GUI parts of the application will need to be rewritten from scratch.
 
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