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    What is difference between debug,deploy,build and run in java?

    What is difference between debug,build,deploy,run in a java program?

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    jdb is a command-line debugger for Java classes. It is a demonstration of the Java Platform Debugger Architecture that provides inspection and debugging of a local or remote Java Virtual Machine.
    Java Deployment is to help manage getting the right version of Java for a user’s system.
    Running: Once you have successfully compiled your Java source code, you can invoke the Java VM to run your application's byte-code

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    Debugging is the process of locating and fixing errors in your programs. The JDeveloper integrated debugger enables you to debug Java applications, applets, servlets, JavaServer Pages (JSPs), and Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs). You can debug a single or several objects on the same or different machine as JDeveloper supports distributed debugging.

    To deploy your Java Web Start application, first compile the source code, package it as a JAR file, and sign the JAR file.
    Java Web Start applications are launched by using the Java Network Launch Protocol (JNLP). Hence, you must create a JNLP file to deploy your application.
    The Deployment Toolkit script contains useful JavaScript functions that can be used to deploy Java Web Start applications on a web page

    "Building" is a generic term describes the overall process which includes compiling. For example, the build process might include tools which generate Java code or documentation files.


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