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1<sect2>
2<title>Contents</title>
3
4<para>The <application>J2SDK</application> package contains
5<command>appletviewer</command>,
6<command>extcheck</command>, <command>idlj</command>,
7<command>jar</command>, <command>jarsigner</command>,
8<command>java</command>, <command>javac</command>,
9<command>javadoc</command>, <command>javah</command>,
10<command>javap</command>, <command>jdb</command>,
11<command>keytool</command>, <command>native2ascii</command>,
12<command>orbd</command>, <command>policytool</command>,
13<command>rmic</command>, <command>rmid</command>,
14<command>rmiregistry</command>, <command>rmiregistry</command>,
15<command>serialver</command>, <command>servertool</command> and
16<command>tnameserv</command>.</para>
17
18</sect2>
19
20<sect2><title>Description</title>
21
22<sect3><title>appletviewer</title>
23<para><command>appletviewer</command> runs
24<application>Java</application> applets outside of the context of a
25browser.</para></sect3>
26
27<sect3><title>extcheck</title>
28<para><command>extcheck</command> checks a specified <filename>JAR</filename>
29file for title and version conflicts with any extensions installed in the
30<acronym>JDK</acronym> software.</para></sect3>
31
32<sect3><title>idlj</title>
33<para><command>idlj</command> generates <application>Java</application>
34bindings from a given <acronym>IDL</acronym> file.</para></sect3>
35
36<sect3><title>jar</title>
37<para><command>jar</command> combines multiple files into a single
38<acronym>JAR</acronym> archive file.</para></sect3>
39
40<sect3><title>jarsigner</title>
41<para><command>jarsigner</command> signs <filename>JAR</filename>
42(Java ARchive) files and verifies the signatures and integrity of a signed
43<filename>JAR</filename>.</para></sect3>
44
45<sect3><title>java</title>
46<para><command>java</command> launches a <application>Java</application>
47application by starting a <application>Java</application> runtime
48environment, loading a specified class and invoking it's main
49method.</para></sect3>
50
51<sect3><title>javac</title>
52<para><command>javac</command> reads class and interface definitions, written
53in the <application>Java</application> programming language, and compiles them
54into bytecode class files.</para></sect3>
55
56<sect3><title>javadoc</title>
57<para><command>javadoc</command> parses the declarations and documentation
58comments in a set of <application>Java</application> source files and produces
59a corresponding set of <acronym>HTML</acronym> pages describing the classes,
60interfaces, constructors, methods, and fields.</para></sect3>
61
62<sect3><title>javah</title>
63<para><command>javah</command> generates <application>C</application> header
64and source files that are needed to implement native methods.</para></sect3>
65
66<sect3><title>javap</title>
67<para><command>javap</command> disassembles a
68<application>Java</application> class file.</para></sect3>
69
70<sect3><title>jdb</title>
71<para><command>jdb</command> is a simple command-line debugger for
72<application>Java</application> classes.</para></sect3>
73
74<sect3><title>keytool</title>
75<para><command>keytool</command> is a key and certificate management utility.</para></sect3>
76
77<sect3><title>native2ascii</title>
78<para><command>native2ascii</command> converts files that contain non-supported
79character encoding into files containing Latin-1 or Unicode-encoded characters.
80</para></sect3>
81
82<sect3><title>orbd</title>
83<para><command>orbd</command> is used to enable clients to transparently locate
84and invoke persistent objects on servers in the <acronym>CORBA</acronym>
85environment.</para></sect3>
86
87<sect3><title>policytool</title>
88<para><command>policytool</command> creates and manages a policy file
89graphically.</para></sect3>
90
91<sect3><title>rmic</title>
92<para><command>rmic</command> generates stub and skeleton class files for
93remote objects from the names of compiled <application>Java</application>
94classes that contain remote object implementations.</para></sect3>
95
96<sect3><title>rmid</title>
97<para><command>rmid</command> starts the activation system daemon.</para>
98</sect3>
99
100<sect3><title>rmiregistry</title>
101<para><command>rmiregistry</command> creates and starts a remote object
102registry on the specified port on the current host.</para></sect3>
103
104<sect3><title>serialver</title>
105<para><command>serialver</command> returns the serialVersionUID for one or
106more classes in a form suitable for copying into an evolving class.</para>
107</sect3>
108
109<sect3><title>servertool</title>
110<para><command>servertool</command> provides an ease-of-use interface for
111application programmers to register, unregister, startup and shutdown a server.
112</para></sect3>
113
114<sect3><title>tnameserv</title>
115<para><command>tnameserv</command> starts the <application>Java</application>
116<acronym>IDL</acronym> name server.</para></sect3>
117
118
119</sect2>
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