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Running different version of Java for different version of JBoss

 
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Hi All
I have to support 2 applications running on different version of Java. they are deployed on different vesions of JBoss(3.2.6 and 4.2.0). To manage my local setup for this, i was thinking of having 2 env variables Java1.5_Home and Java1.3_home referring to 2 jdks. Then i would have to update the run.bat replacing Java_Home with the required env variable i set. Is there a better way to do this?

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Setting 2 environment variables is not required. All you can do is - edit the run.bat to set the JAVA_HOME to point to the appropriate JDKs for each of the 2 JBoss installations.
 
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Hi
Thats a good idea. Thanks a lot.

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