I was just working with this on Friday.

Anything I put in -version: in the java command is ignored. With this
option the command will print out the version information to stdout. The
only way that worked to select the version was to change the JAVA_HOME
environment variable to the appropriate path within /QIBM.

You can also do this with a java.properties file.

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Anybody know how to specify jdk6? Is the value based on the directory
name, or something else. A few examples look like maybe it should be of
the form n.n.n, so would that mean I need to specify JDKVER(1.6.0) or is
JDKVER(6) the way to go, or doesn't it matter anyway? Looks like the
person who wrote the documentation didn't know, and decided to just blow
it off.

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