Thanks all.

Using JAVA_HOME is the only way that I found also.

"hockchai Lim" <lim.hock-chai@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
got two questions regarding java version.

1) Is there not a way to use java.version property to tell the system to
use the 32 bits version of jvm on a particular job? Currently, I've
(java.version 1.5) as the PROP parameter value for the RUNJVA command.
When I look at the job log, I see "Java Virtual Machine is Classic." in
the joblog.

2) From the joblog I can see if it is using Classic or the 32 bits
version. But is there a way to tell what version (1.4, 1.5..) it is using?

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