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Open Workbench Java version in Use
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on Feb 8, 2011
on Feb 9, 2011 by another_martink
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Does anyone know how Open Workbench determines the version of Java it is using (in the event you have multiple Java versions installed on a PC and want to know which one it is pointing to)?
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Feb 9, 2011 7:38 AM
When you install OWB you don't speficy where the jre is or the version and when you install jre you can change the installpath.
If you are lucky OWB finds the jre and can use it.
That sounds like it is the latest install of jre which the system tells to OWB that is used.
If you have java_home that could make the difference and also what is in the path for jre (if any)
Entering java on the command line gives you the parameters to use.
- version gives you the version of the java used by default.
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