or a link like this: J:\mindprod\jgloss\jdk.html into your local hard disk mirror of the Java glossary kept up-to-date via the Replicator. This way you can browse the Java Glossary and the Sun documentation rapidly, even when you are offline.
Alternatively you could compose a bat file like this and install it as your login script:
While you are at it you can create fake drive shortcuts to directories you use often, or you can use subst to dynamically assign the P: and Q: drives on the fly when you are working with pairs of directories to save you a lot of typing.
The best way to use the J: drive feature is to download the website using the Replicator and put it in a directory called \mindprod on your J: drive or a drive you subst to be your J: drive.
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optional Replicator mirror
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