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amol bakre
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Hi
I have an application in jfc that i want to install onto the clients machine.Now the clients machine does't have jdk1.3 installed on it,so now do i have to install jdk1.3 on the clients machine or what.i tried putting java.exe in the windows folder(it was just a wild try anyway)but it does'nt work.
and anyway copying folder of jre won't do cause the window registry does'nt know where to find the run time enviourment.
so is there any other way or installing jdk1.3 and then maybe deleting the (not)neccessary folder's from the drive is the only solution??which are the (not)neccessary folder's anyway??
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Manfred Leonhardt
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Hi Amol,
The only reason to download JDK1.3 is for development purposes. It you just want to run an application written by someone else you just required the JRE. Click the link to get it.
http://java.sun.com/products/jdk/1.1/jre/index.html
Enjoy,
Manfred.
 
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