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Anup Francis
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Hi,

Is java RTS part of the JDK or does it have to be downloaded separately as a jar?
 
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It's SUN's commercial implementation of Real-Time Specification for Java (JSR-001). It's available for evaluation licensing. Check Java RTS.

And the Java RTS quick start guide is here.
 
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What is Real-Time specification ? Is it different than JLS ?
 
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What is Real-Time specification ? Is it different than JLS ?


Yes. You will find the Real-Time Specification here.

Main characteristic of a real-time application is that it subjects to real-time constraints. So the Java RTS (which is Sun's implementation of RTSJ) guarantees determinism (that is response times must be deterministic within given limits) by ensuring the time-critical code is executed at the highest priority. Best place to start is JavaRTSQuickStart as I did .
 
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