where do I get the JSAPI?

where can I get the java speech API?
I have searched the sun homepage with no
success. And is it easy to use it? Can you please post a very simple example code. thanks in advance.
rukimanAsked:
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rukimanAuthor Commented:
that's where I went at the first place,but there isn't a link to download it? Maybe it's me. Is there anything like the JSAPI for java? or do I have to download an implementation of this? If so how I get around the fact that the implementations don't seem very portable on different OS but reading the faq, JSAPI is portable?
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rukimanAuthor Commented:
where exactly in the Sun's website can I download the Java speech API? I really need to find out. I can't find it on the Sun's website
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rukimanAuthor Commented:
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heyhey_Commented:
well JSpeech is just an API definition (not implementation) for a list of available implementations check

http://java.sun.com/products/java-media/speech/forDevelopers/jsapifaq.html
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kaberCommented:
JSAPI is an API Specification of SUN Microsystem, thats why you wont find any Software or API related downloads on SUNs WebSite.
The specification is only a recomendation for Speech engines manufacturers e.g. IBM Via Voice etc. to offer an API based on this specification in order to deploy Java.

You will find for example on IBMs WebPage a download SDK for JSAPI.

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