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Visutal Studio compile Java program?

I am working on a project to migrate a JavaBean + JSP application (running
on Oracle application server) to Microsoft ASP.NET + SQL server.

In order to see how the original code works, I need to re-compile the old
code. I am using Oracle JDeveloper to compile the original code, my
question is: Is it possible to use Visual Studio to compile .java files
which was not written specifically for Microsoft platform? Will I be able to
run the class files on Oracle appliation servers?

Thanks.
Jul 21 '05 #1
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No, you will not be able to compile the .java classes to run on Oracle
application server using VS.NET. At least not in its default state -
you could probably get the IDE to launch an external java compiler. You
can use the J# Java Conversion utility to convert the .java files to
..NET files. But it sounds like you want to run them as java files.

Why don't you want to continue to use JDeveloper to compile the code to
see how it runs?
Zean Smith wrote:
I am working on a project to migrate a JavaBean + JSP application (running
on Oracle application server) to Microsoft ASP.NET + SQL server.

In order to see how the original code works, I need to re-compile the old
code. I am using Oracle JDeveloper to compile the original code, my
question is: Is it possible to use Visual Studio to compile .java files
which was not written specifically for Microsoft platform? Will I be able to
run the class files on Oracle appliation servers?

Thanks.

Jul 21 '05 #2

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