Posted by marinasum
on January 4, 2006 at 7:06 PM PST
Interested in running Sun Java Studio Enterprise 8 on Mac OS X? Read a couple of forum threads on that subject.
A recent thread on the Sun Java Studio Enterprise Forum records an unanimous clamoring for Sun Java Studio Enterprise 8 to run on Mac OS X, along with various tips. A subsequent, related thread supplements the information.Nathan Fiedler, a Sun Java Studio Enterprise developer, has two reminders to add:
- You must use Apple JDK 5.0 Developer Preview (DP) 3, which is available under a nondisclosure agreement with Apple.
- Sun Java System Application Server will likely fail on Mac OS X. Thatâ€™s no biggie if you're on a development team that shares a server instance. However, if youâ€™re single-handedly building J2EE applications for an application server, that failure would be problematic.
Any more pearls of wisdom, anyone? Please post on the forum. Note that you must be a Sun Developer Network member to do so. Just sign up --for free.