How to use to a specific JVM for JSCAPE server when there are multiple JVMs installed in a Unix / Linux?
Posted by Daniel Demecillo II, Last modified by Van Glass on 13 December 2012 10:13 AM

When the JSCAPE server executable is executed, it will use the first Java executable found in the system’s executable search path. In Linux or any other Unix based OS, the executable search path is determined by the PATH environment variable. To use a particular JVM for JSCAPE server you just need to add its bin directory to the PATH environment variable. You can set this system wide or for the specific user running JSCAPE by adding the following commands to the corresponding system wide or user startup script. 

export PATH=/java/home/bin:$PATH (bash or sh)
setenv PATH /java/home/bin:$PATH (csh or tcsh)

The file you need to modify, depending on your shell, can be seen under “Configuration files for shells” section of the following Wiki article.

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