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What is the difference between Sun JDK and OpenJDK ?

 
 
Raymond Schanks
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      06-11-2010
What is the difference between Sun JDK and OpenJDK ?

Do both run on every platform (Win, Linux, Solaris) ?

Are there similar, parallel distribution in the J2EE world?
In other words is there a Sun J2ee and a OpenJ2EE ?

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