Installing Java Editors J2K/J2SDK?

  • Thread starter SDNess
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Umm...I've tried two java editors on my computer and I'm getting the same installation "error" (not really an error, but whatever). I tried Sun's SunOne Studio and it asked me for the "J2SDK home"...saying that I didn't have one and I needed one in order to solve the files. Likewise, when I attempted to install BLueJ it said a "...JDK/J2SDK must be installed to run BlueJ..."

How do I install this thing?
 

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yep, Eclipse rulz. and is faster than SunOne....
 
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I downloaded it. It seems better. I'm not that familiar with java in general yet. When I use java in the computer lab they have use SunOne and I've been using 'empty classes' so far...how do I make those in Eclipse?

http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.2/download.html

download the sdk, not the jre
I'm assuming the: J2EE(TM) SDK 1.4 Developer Release

If so...once I download this, what 'Installation Directory" do I put it in? The default one already in the textbox is C:\Sun\AppServer...is this right?
 
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dduardo
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whatever the default is fine.
 
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ARG. Me =

Where do I put the Version 7.x Installation Directory?
 
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Thanks a lot. I finally got them all to work.
 
  • #8
Originally posted by SDNess


Thanks a lot. I finally got them all to work.
hey, any friend of Java is a friend of mine
 

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