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Yes you can since Java is a standard and it shouldn't matter which implementation you actually use. However there are always issues with the environment itself - the OS, the hardware, the file system, the user rights, the availability and version of installed libraries. Don't expect the stuff to just run out of the box, there are too many variables outside the control of the JVM for that.1 person found this helpful
Thanks for your input.
I am generally concerned about any issues which could arise because of this differece in the environment.
I appreciate anymore input on this.
But there is no more input to give. You should be concerned, but not worried because they are just standard computer things that can be solved when you know what you're doing. Generally you need someone around that has an administrator function to open up firewalls, give out user rights, configure startup scripts, etc. etc.