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Easily switch the current default Java version
Authored by: aamann on Jan 28, '06 11:57:11AM
Easily? - I guess using the Java Preferences Utility (which is also the official method recommended by Apple) is much easier...

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command-line apps
Authored by: hayne on Jan 29, '06 07:34:49AM

The hint is about switching the Java version for command-line apps. As is explained in the previous hint and forum writeup I refer to in my first comment (above), the Java Preferences pane does not affect apps that are started from the command-line (in Terminal).

Most people don't have to deal with command-line apps, but if you do, the right way to do it is explained in the forum writeup referred to above.



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Easily switch the current default Java version
Authored by: oem on Jan 30, '06 06:23:01AM

"Easily? - I guess using the Java Preferences Utility (which is also the official method recommended by Apple) is much easier..."

NO, this won't change anything, at least when we talk about zimbra.


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