Everytime when I try to download the API, my download hangs. Is there any problem? I'm trying from the following location,
I've tried here and it is working, however my URL looks different from yours:
Anyway, since there are steps to inform your language and agree to their license, I think the best way to download is navigating from their site (instead of using a direct URL):
Popular Downloads: Java SE > Java SE 6 Documentation > Download
Anyway, both are working for me. Perhaps you have network / firewall / proxy problems?
Originally posted by Campbell Ritchie:
Don't know. Try here. If that doesn't work, you may have connection problems
That didn't work either. What bemuses me is I'm able to download every other thing but not the API which I badly want to install in my Laptop.
Get a friend to download it and stick it on a USB stick or a CD.
Iam trying to download jdk 1.5 , jdk 1.6 api, from oracle site, but I could not download.
this link is not allowed to download
Oracle mentioned in the link they decommission the downloading api.
Please can anybody having the download link send to me
J2SE 5.0 Downloads
J2SE 1.4.2 Downloads
J2SE 1.3.1 Downloads
I want these api also
That site still opens for me, but I agree with Rob that it is out of date.
Three years ago, I wrote:. . . Try here. . . .
I went through again the link [Raymond Tong ] gives jdk development kit only, I want api documentation download for offline reference. for converting old project developed in 2002 to 2005 I need to convert it in jdk 1.5 or jdk 1.6 that why I asked.
Can you check again sir?
You may want to get those from http://www.allimant.org/javadoc/index.php
Or you could use some software to "scan" URL and download for you (e.g. HTTrack).
ravisankar sankar wrote:for converting old project developed in 2002 to 2005 I need to convert it in jdk 1.5 or jdk 1.6
Let's take a step back. What is the goal of this "conversion"? Code developed for earlier JDK versions should run on JDK 6 just fine. (And you should not use any earlier JDK version at this point; as Rob said, they're all obsolete.)
(there's some redirection going on, but you'll end up at the right spot)