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The first item when Googling for "java compiler online":
Always try searching before posting ;)
If you are on Windows, java is not "installed" like other applications, it is just "run" from the command prompt. Therefore you do not have to have installation authority.
So you want to write java programs at work? Why don't you do that at home?
Can you install the java sdk to a folder you have access to?
Can't install any software including the SDK.
Not that it's any of my business, but if you don't have the rights to install the SDK on your work machine, maybe your employer really doesn't want you do be coding Java at work...?
Just a thought :-)
Like most things , politics at work means that one group of people run the network and another have to use it. Working on server based computing means that the administrators are over a thousand miles away.
Getting sdk installed locally would take approx 2 months, require a phone book worth of specs and our business unit would receive a bill for multiple thousands. Like i said company politics.
The whole id of this thread was to possibly find a place to remotely execute some ideas in java , before commiting to getting SDK installed.
I thought initially it was such a simple question. Guess i was wrong.
Uhm, did you even check out the link I gave you? It allows you to compile java classes remotely and even execute the resulting applet without having to download it. Not sure if it's suitable for non-applet code, but at least give me SOME credit.
Yep , fair call , thanks for that your link did help.