I was looking for a better way to control the version of the JVM
loaded by my RPG programs that use JNI so I wouldn't have to check for
and/or manipulate the SystemDefault.properties file or setup an
environment variable.

        I ran across this APAR: SE10792

        It mentions being able to pass the java.version option to
JNI_CreateJavaJVM as a way to circumvent the normal process of checking
the properties file and environment variables. However, I have not seen
an example of how that is actually done. I imagine I am just not looking
in the right place or searching for the right terms. I have looked
through the ILE RPG Programmer's Guide, searched Google, etc and haven't
had any luck. Can anyone here recommend or direct me to a good place for
more detailed information about this topic?

Dan Feather
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