Java Supported by Android

by Arigead » Mon, 03 Nov 2008 08:31:09 GMT

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Hello All,
    I'm just starting out here and scouting out the area so to speak. I
know that Android Applications are written in JAVA Source Code but I'm
trying to find a web page which details the JAVA that is supported by
the Android platform. What version of Java is supported and what
libraries are and are not supported. I've read somewhere that the Java
Database libraries are not supported. But I'm looking for a full list.

The reason I ask as I wonder are there issues with porting Java Source
to the android. Are there omissions which make the job non trivial?

Thanks for any pointers, advice or help.
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