Java Question

How to get IBM Java 7 for Windows?

IBM has its own JVM called J9. Linux versions can be downloaded (now without registration but just accepting the license), but not the Windows versions (except for one requiring IBM hardware). This is most likely a licensing issue. We develop against IBM non-x86 hardware with J9 so it is interesting to use the same JVM for development too.

What is the official way of getting IBM Java 7 for Windows? (and how expensive is it?)

Answer

To get the Windows version you can try downloading the IBM Development Package for Eclipse, inside that package you should find the J9 JDK version, i don't know if it is updated to version 1.7, but you can try ...

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