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Short Take: Microsoft gets more time on Java compliance

The judge hearing Sun Microsystems' lawsuit against Microsoft over the Java programming language gave Microsoft additional time to comply with some of the requirements in a recent preliminary injunction, both sides said. Although the companies had agreed on a timetable to bring more than 800 Microsoft products into compliance, they remained split on another 120 products, a Microsoft spokesman said. U.S. District Judge Ronald Whyte awarded Microsoft more time on some of those 120 products, but rejected a request for extensions on others, both sides said.

The judge hearing Sun Microsystems' lawsuit against Microsoft over the Java programming language gave Microsoft additional time to comply with some of the requirements in a recent preliminary injunction, both sides said. Although the companies had agreed on a timetable to bring more than 800 Microsoft products into compliance, they remained split on another 120 products, a Microsoft spokesman said. U.S. District Judge Ronald Whyte awarded Microsoft more time on some of those 120 products, but rejected a request for extensions on others, both sides said.