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Java Decision Reversed

A federal court of appeals last week overturned a preliminary injunction against Microsoft that required it to add Sun Microsystems' Java to each unit of its Windows XP operating system sold. A Microsoft spokesman says the company was pleased with the ruling but Microsoft's legal dispute with Sun "continues to be a long process." The number of pretrial motions to be argued before the remaining copyright-infringement and anti-competitive practices case can get under way, says the spokesman, indicates to him that a trial is still two years off.

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