Sun Microsystems' attempt to obtain an injunction against Microsoft has been delayed, as a federal judge put back the hearings by one week.
Sun is demanding a preliminary injunction against Microsoft to force it to provide a version of Java in its Windows 98 operating system that is compatible with the 100% Pure Java specification.
Sun claims that Microsoft has violated the licensing contract it signed with Sun by including an incompatible version of Java in Windows 98.
The hearing on the motion was originally scheduled to be held on 4 September, but will now be held on 10 September. Prior to the hearing, witnesses for both sides will testify during two four-hour sessions on 8 and 9 September.
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