jdk SE on server?

Is it neccessary to have the development component of Java on an SBS Server?
It was slightly outdated, and I see no reason for it to be on there if not needed (space is at a big premium on the C drive...)

We are running SBS2003
with
Timberline (uses pervasive)
BES
Trend Micro WFBS 7.0

these are the only server apps  I am aware of

Thanks,
Dave

captelcomAsked:
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CEHJCommented:
If you don't require java compilation then you shouldn't need a jdk. Just a jre if you want to run Java apps

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captelcomAuthor Commented:
oddly, did need it in fact for the BES  for the blackberries.  It needs the jvm.dll file which seemed not to be installed with the JRE standalone, unless that install was messed up...
CEHJCommented:
>> It needs the jvm.dll

That is the JVM itself, which is the Java runtime interpreter, part of all JREs
captelcomAuthor Commented:
I thought so, but it was just not where it was supposed to be when I looked.
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