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Does JSDK have an expiration date?
I am not able to run any of the servlet programs using JSDK.
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I have already downloaded the JSDK about a month ago, when i extract all the files, it says expired at the bottom of the wizip file. Does that mean my version is expired? If so, can i download the JSDK again.
Please, could anyone suggest me.
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No; it should not have an expiration date. The problem has to be something else...
 
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Actually I believe you copy of WinZip has expired.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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