I don't know of anything in the catalina.sh that expects anything
regarding a specific location unless someone changes the script. The
catalina.sh script I have from my tomcat 7 download on a IBM i 7.1
installation has no references to an sdk that I didn't specifically put
there. On my particular installation there are two Java 6 JDK's:
I know of nothing in the vanilla catalina.sh that references these or
any other JAVA_HOME values. I set the JAVA_HOME environment variables
manually so my *modified* scripts have references to these paths,
overriding any other environment settings.
I am not sure why you would say that catalina.sh *expects* that path. I
can't find a reference to it....
Value Added Software, Inc
GIAC Secure Software Programmer-Java
On 12/6/2011 4:08 PM, James Lampert wrote:
I just downloaded and extracted Tomcat 7 on a customer V7 box, and we
seem to have hit a brick wall in the installation:
catalina.sh expects to find Java at "/QIBM/PRODDATA/JAVA400/JDK6," and
there is no "/QIBM/PRODDATA/JAVA400/JDK6" on this box.
Anybody know what to do about this? According to GO LICPGM, Java is
*there* but according to WRKLNK, it's *not* where it is on our V6 box.
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