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What is verify.dll?


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The verify.dll module lets users develop and deploy Java applications on desktops and servers, as well as today's demanding Embedded and Real-Time environments. This DLL includes classes that support the development of Java Web Services and provides the foundation for Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE).

The verify.dll file is supported on Windows Server 2003 Web Edition, Standard Edition, Enterprise Edition and DataCenter Edition in addition to Windows XP Home and Professional, 2000 Professional, 98 2nd Edition and ME. It improves image processing performance and adds readers and writers for new file formats to the Image I/O system.

The file verify.dll is the core Java platform for desktop and server environments. It defines a wide range of general purpose APIs and also includes the Java Language Specification and the Java Virtual Machine Specification. It is also used as the base for Java Platform, Enterprise Edition. Within the device and embedded space, the Java SE technologies, which include APIs, language features, and JVM features, are often reused within Java Platform, Micro Edition JSRs.

The verify.dll program file includes a number of new features and enhancements to improve performance in many areas of the platform. These improvements include: additions to the virtual machine, enhancements to the base and integration libraries, the user interface, deployment, tools and architectures, and OS & hardware platforms. Enhancements to the program execution speed include: Garbage collection ergonomics, StringBuilder class, Java 2D technology enhancements, and performance and memory usage improvements to image I/O.

In the verify.dll process, the default selection for the garbage collector, heap size, and runtime compiler are now chosen automatically. These match the needs of different types of applications while requiring less command line tuning. A new way of tuning the heap has been added for the throughput garbage collector. This method allows the user to specify performance and memory utilization criteria to dynamically tune the sizes of the heap. This self tuning behavior is referred to as ergonomics.

Author: Sun Microsystems, Inc.

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Part Of: Java 2 Platform

Memory Usage: Low

Associated Applications: Java Web Services

Background DLL: No

Uses Network: No

Hardware Related: No

Common Path: C:\ Program Files\ java\ jre1.6.0_03\ bin\ verify.dll

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