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website template website template style.display="inline"; } the JDK Search the Tutorials The Extension Mechanism Creating and Using Extensions > > Installed extensions are JAR files in the directory of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) software. As its name implies, the JRE is the runtime portion of the Java Development Kit containing the platform's core API but without development tools such as compilers and debuggers. The JRE is available either by itself or as part of the Java Development Kit. As of the Java 1.

website template 2 platform, the JRE is a strict subset of the JDK software. A subset of the JDK software directory tree looks like this: The JRE consists of those directories within the highlighted box in the diagram. Whether your JRE is stand-alone or part of the JDK software, any JAR file in the of the JRE directory is automatically treated by the runtime environment as an extension. Since installed extensions extend the platform's core API, use them judiciously. They are rarely appropriate for interfaces used by a single, or small set of applications.

website template Furthermore, since the symbols defined by installed extensions will be visible in all Java processes, care should be taken to ensure that all visible symbols follow the appropriate "reverse domain name" and "class hierarchy" conventions. For example, . As of Java 6, extension JAR files may also be placed in a location that is independent of any particular JRE, so that extensions can be shared by all JREs that are installed on a system. Prior to Java 6, the value of referred to a single directory, but as of Java 6 it is a list of directories (like ) that specifies the locations in which extensions are searched for. The first element of the path is always the directory of the JRE.

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