Microsoft has released version 1.5 of its software developers' kit (SDK) for Java, which enables users to build Java applications that are optimised for the Windows operating systems.
The SDK includes such enhancements as a script debugger to enable programmers to debug their Java applications in their browser, and utilities to make use of NT-based server services.
It also incorporates an upgraded version of the Java Virtual Machine, which works with Microsoft?s Active Server Pages and Transaction Server, plus a Netscape Navigator plug-in that can be used to replace Navigator?s VM.
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