Microsoft has been granted some extra time to ensure some of its products are complaint with Sun?s pure Java requirements.
The US district judge presiding in the case, Ronald Whyte, has extended his original deadline of 15 February and has granted extra time on several products ranging from 30 to 180 days.
Microsoft?s appeal of the judge?s order for compliance is expected to reach a hearing by this summer.
In a statement issued late last year, Microsoft said it was disappointed with the judge?s ruling that the company may have overstepped the limitations of its license with Sun, but said it was certain that when presented with the full facts, the court would see it is in full compliance with its contracts.
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