On 05/23/2013 08:58 AM, Dan Kimmel wrote:
Extend the ADDENVVAR command with LEVEL(*SYS) to set the default for themachine.
variables are stored in a global environment space that is persistent
System-level environment variables. The system-level environment
across IPLs and is not associated to a particular job. They can be
manipulated by using the Qp0zDltSysEnv(), Qp0zGetAllSysEnv(),
Qp0zGetSysEnv(), and Qp0zPutSysEnv() APIs, as well as the CL commands
ADDENVVAR, CHGENVVAR, RMVENVVAR, and WRKENVVAR. These variables exist until
they are deleted. There is a limit of 4095 system-level environment
java400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Bruce Jin
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Sent: Thursday, May 23, 2013 8:41 AM
To: Java Programming on and around the IBM i
Subject: Re: setting default Java version
Looks like it is by setting JAVA_HOME:
That only needs to be done once, right? (i.e. not in QSTRUP?)
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