Hmm, I don’t remember now how repos work in 10.2, I just remember it was a bit of pain because zmd was mixed up with it. Sure you don’t want to update the server to 11.0? 10.2 is going out of support soon.
Anyway, if you have the non-OSS and OSS repos in 10.2 enabled, you should be able to find the Sun Java DK, MySQL and tomcat5 packages using yast in ncurses mode.
Sorry I can’t be more specific than that, it’s been a while since I used 10.2, maybe someone here will remember. Did I mention that you consider upgrading your sever?
Repositories is the best way to go about it. But I dont have an openSUSE-10.2 system to see how it was setup.
But this is probably the next best thing you can do. You can download the sun-jdl-1.5 rpm and install it. Download the rpm from this link. Use wget.
Run the jdk-1_5_0_16-linux-i586-rpm.bin file once its downloaded. That will give you the rpm file - jdk-1_5_0_16-linux-i586-rpm. Install the rpm and you will have sun-jdk-1.5 installed. Hope that helps. Post back if you face any issues.