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Javed Mohammed
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Hi,

I have a java program which monitors a site and sends email notification if the site is down. I have this running on my local machine and I want to put this onto my project server which is a Sun Sparc.

I have no idea about Java on sun box, what is the difference between the JDk windows version and Sun version.

I have downloaded and extracted the tar file, could see .SO files in the lib directory where I expected jar files (as in windows) so I got confused.

Also, to use Java Mail, I have to use activation.jar and mail.jar, what are the corresponding Sun Sparc equivalents?

Thanks in advance,

Javed Mohammed.
 
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Did you have a look at the JDK documentation, especially the installation notes?

If you don't know how Solaris works, then maybe you should look for somebody in your neighbourhood who does and ask him or her to help you.

JavaMail works on Solaris in the same way as on Windows, and there are no special versions of activation.jar and mail.jar for Solaris. Java is platform-independent; it was made in such a way that you can run Java programs without modification on different hardware and different operating systems.
 
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