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I using Java on a Solaris 2.6 machine. There is currently a version of Java installed on the box, version 1.2. I have recently installed Java 1.3 also compatitible with Solaris 2.6. How do tell the system which version to use? When I run the command java -version...it points to the 1.2 version. I thought I may need to alter my .cshrc file, but that doesn't seem to work. Thanks in advance
The system variable PATH needs to be edited to point at the 1.3 version of the SDK. HTH Nigel
Joined: Mar 15, 2004
ok...can I do this in my home directory. There is a .cshrc file in my /export/home directory....right now it has a value set path=(/vin /usr/bin /usr/ucb /etc .) Can I just add it to the end...value? Not that familiar with the Unix world.....