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netsql
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Corporate users live under IT rules, and do not have admin privilges. Deploying Flex/Flash is EASY!!!

Has anything been done to make installing Java w/o admin priviliges?
There is a lot of write up on this in http://lopica.sourceforge.net/faq.html

I have to be able to deploy my JDNC app to Windows corporate users that might only have 1.3 or nothing.

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bino_george
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Hi,

> Corporate users live under IT rules, and do not have
> admin privilges. Deploying Flex/Flash is EASY!!!
>
> Has anything been done to make installing Java w/o
> admin priviliges?

This is a very good point, I think you should mention
this in the Mustang (1.6) Forum.

http://forums.java.net/jive/forum.jspa?forumID=23

>
>I have to be able to deploy my JDNC app to Windows
>corporate users that might only have 1.3 or nothing.

I am not sure JDNC will work with 1.3. I think 1.4 is
the minimum, but I am not certain about this. We may
be using API that was only added in 1.4.

Regards,
Bino.

netsql
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Joined: 2004-03-07

I posted there.
Please "vote" for it there be supporting it.
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bino_george
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Hi,

> I posted there.
> Please "vote" for it there be supporting it.
> .V

I have asked Stanley from JDK deployment team to respond
with his thoughts on the issue. I agree that this is a very commonly requested feature.

Thanks,
Bino.