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J# compatibility with Sun Java

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can any one let me know which versions of JDK is supported by Visual J#

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kiran.
Nov 22 '05 #1
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hi

can any one let me know which versions of JDK is supported by Visual J#?

regards,
kiran.


None, J# is a way in which you can write java code for the dotnet framework.
So you use the framework classes/functions/... and not those of the JDK.

Yves
Nov 22 '05 #2

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can any one let me know which versions of JDK is supported by Visual J#?


Essentially, you get the equivalent of JDK 1.1.4, plus collections from JDK
1.2. J# does not include some things that are in JDK 1.4, including JNI,
applets, and RMI.

Wayne
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Nov 22 '05 #3

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Oops -- I meant "JDK 1.1.4" below, not "JDK 1.4"!

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can any one let me know which versions of JDK is supported by Visual J#?
Essentially, you get the equivalent of JDK 1.1.4, plus collections from

JDK 1.2. J# does not include some things that are in JDK 1.4, including JNI,
applets, and RMI.

Nov 22 '05 #4

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> None, J# is a way in which you can write java code for the dotnet
framework.
So you use the framework classes/functions/... and not those of the JDK.


Wrong!
J# comes with a full JDK 1.1.4 + some stuff from JDK 1.2 (collections). The
JDK is packaged as a .NET dll (vjslib.dll).
So, you have the choice when you program with J#. You can use the JDK APIs
if you want compat with Java (unfortunately this is not the latest), or you
can use the .NET framework APIs.

Bruno.
Nov 22 '05 #5

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