Marty Urbanek wrote:

You can change /QIBM/UserData/Java400/, but you may
have to do other things for the particular applications you are using.

And the file entry should be: java.version=1.6 not 6.0

Version 6.0 is the product version (as displayed in Licensed Programs)
whereas 1.6 is known as the developer version and used in the properties

I recently did a version 5 upgrade from the machine default of 1.3 using the
above format and it worked fine.


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