rpm -ql jdk-2000 to see the list of files provided by the package
jdk-2000 (hint: the rest of the package name given is the version and the architecture, so it's optional to provide it).
If it doesn't link
/usr/bin/, you can just create the symbolic links from
/usr/bin/ using the
ln command with the
-s (symbolic link) flag.
It's probably already installed because you tried to install it once, tried the command, it didn't work, so you tried to install it again. Either that, or some other package you installed along the way (or some script you copy and pasted from the internet) installed the package for you. If you want to install the specific version of Java you have in that RPM, first remove the existing version with
rpm -e jdk-2000 (
-e stands for "erase").