Daniel Rikowski Daniel Rikowski - 1 year ago 86
Java Question

Where can I set the JRE/JDK which is used to run Netbeans besides the command line?

First of all, I know about the command line parameter, but I don't want to use it because I want to learn, not just get it done, so...

Where can I set the JRE/JDK which is used to run Netbeans?

A little background:

  1. I installed JDK 1.6_10 (The system is Windows Vista Business 64)

  2. I installed Netbeans 6.5

  3. After a few weeks I uninstalled Netbeans 6.5 (some problems which I hope to solve by a reinstall)

  4. I also uninstalled JDK 1.6_10 and installed 1.6_11 instead.

  5. I reinstalled Netbeans 6.5

  6. Now I cannot start Netbeans because it insists of using the old JDK. (Trying to use the default version doesn't work either. JAVA_HOME is set to 1.6_11)

Answer Source

Try setting netbeans_jdkhome in {NetBeans directory}/etc/netbeans.conf.

# Default location of JDK, can be overridden by using --jdkhome : netbeans_jdkhome="..." # (omitted path, as I have Java in a non-standard location)

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