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Win32 -> Java

Posted by M. Nelson on January 18, 2001 at 3:45 PM

> I have a couple of Java applications that work on XML. The applications basically are developed under Windows NT.
> However, soon I may have to port these Java applications to Unix.
> Can somebody suggest the points which I have to take care of while doing this? My objective is tobe well equipped with all the information, before I actually do this. I am totally new to Unix.

> Please help. Somebody...Anybody...

> Thanks in advance,
> Suraj.

One of the really great things about Java: Its' design is intended to be platform independent.
Translation: YOu should have to do little or nothing to move your application from NT to Unix - except maybe perhaps be happy to be moving to a superior OS ;-)

We have Java applications that are distributed to Win32, AIX, IRIX and Solaris environments.
All distributions are the SAME CODE without modifications!


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