On 2/2/2010 11:10 AM, Pete Helgren wrote:
So you want the JVM to be unique to the user who runs the app or is this
a modification needed at installation?

I want to remove specific awareness for the JVM from the CL program that launches my app ... I would like to just tell the user how to specify which JVM, if they don't want to use the default.

Are you launching from a CL program? Perhaps a routine the selects the
requested JVM and then updates the invocation parameters before running
the QSH command to invoke the program? Or maybe a variable that can be
passed to a shell script and used to set the JAVA_HOME parameter there?

That's what we are doing now ... but I'm trying to get away from having the CL program having to know how to specify the various JVM's.

Plus, I don't know for sure what JVM's the customer has installed ... so the program would have to be able to check which ones are available and present the user with the available choices is just going to get more and more complex (as there are more choices).

david


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