Windows: Java Application Development

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This topic gives platform-specific details about developing Objectivity for Java applications on a Windows platform. You should use this information in conjunction with the Objectivity for Java Programmer’s Guide.

Note: If you want to learn how to use various Objectivity for Java features, consider downloading and running some of the sample Java applications.

Java Command Line Options

To run an application on a Windows architecture that has the 64-bit addressing mode, you must specify the -d64 option. This uses the 64-bit data model of the Java virtual machine instead of the default 32-bit data model.

Monday, August 20, 2012