Kevin, it shows this:

java.version: 1.8.0_191
java.vendor: Oracle Corporation
java.home: C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre1.8.0_191

But there is no Windows environment variable JAVA_HOME.


On Tue, Dec 11, 2018 at 12:07 PM Kevin <kevin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Jeff

What does your Help>About show in java.home you should see above that
java.vendor:Eclipse OpenJ9

You must have some old registry entries or a mix of 32/64 bit - I
normally stick to 32bit.

Good luck

On 11/12/2018 16:45, Jeff Crosby wrote:
I dropped that jre into
the C:\IBMiAccessClientSolutions\Start_Programs\Windows_x86-64 folder
where acslaunch_win-64.exe exists.

Closed my 5250 sessions and restarted them via the desktop shortcut to
my StrSessions.bchx file. No joy. Help/About shows using Oracle java.

Rebooted and tried it. No joy. Help/About shows using Oracle java.

Rebooted and tried desktop shortcut to acsbundle.jar. No joy.
Help/About
shows using Oracle java.

So I moved the jre to the folder with acsbundle.jar, rebooted, and then
tried acsbundle.jar. No joy. Help/About shows using Oracle java.

So I moved the jre to the folder with acslaunch_win-32.exe, rebooted, and
tried acsbundle.jar. No joy. Help/About shows using Oracle java.

I have no JAVA_HOME environment variable, so I'm open to ideas.



On Tue, Dec 11, 2018 at 10:30 AM David Gibbs <david@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

On 12/11/2018 9:24 AM, Jeff Crosby wrote:
I must be dense. That's what I did, then selected the "Download
JRE" button. The zip file is:

OpenJDK11-jre_x64_windows_openj9_11.0.1_13.zip

which, when extracted, creates folder:

OpenJDK11-jre_x64_windows_openj9_11.0.1_13

which in turn contains folder:

jdk-11.0.1+13-jre

which contains folders bin, conf, legal, and lib, as well as a file
named release.

This should not be that hard.
That's the JRE. You'll find java.exe & javaw.exe in the bin directory.

You won't find javac.exe or any of the other tools required to develop
java.

david

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