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  1. #1
    Peter Mount Guest

    Java app on mulitple versions of Windows

    Hello

    I have both Windows NT4 Server and Windows 98 SE. Will I need to also buy
    Windows XP Pro and Windows ME (and perhaps Windows 2000) to make sure any
    apps I develop with Java (with an Access 2000 database file or MSDE1.0 as
    backend) will work on those OS's?

    I've learned Java with JCreator but I'm thinking of changing to Netbeans for
    commercial work

    Thanks

    Peter Mount
    info@petermount.au.com





  2. #2
    MarkN Guest

    Re: Java app on mulitple versions of Windows


    See if you use someone elses machine to test on. You should have no problems.
    We developed apps on W2K Prof (and previously NT), and deployed on W2K server,
    NT server, W2K Prof, Win 98 and XP Prof with no issues or testing for those
    platforms (while MS apps did have issues ).

    "Peter Mount" <info@petermount.au.com> wrote:
    >Hello
    >
    >I have both Windows NT4 Server and Windows 98 SE. Will I need to also buy
    >Windows XP Pro and Windows ME (and perhaps Windows 2000) to make sure

    any
    >apps I develop with Java (with an Access 2000 database file or MSDE1.0

    as
    >backend) will work on those OS's?
    >
    >I've learned Java with JCreator but I'm thinking of changing to Netbeans

    for
    >commercial work
    >
    >Thanks
    >
    >Peter Mount
    >info@petermount.au.com
    >
    >
    >
    >



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