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How do I determine java version running with dev studio WF 8 ?

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Hi Tomsweb

When Dev Stuido gets installed it installs a 32 bit version of java in the \Program Files (X86)\java folder.

Check that folder to see which version it installed.

Hope that helps,


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Tomsweb,

Control panel\Java\about. Or Control Panel\Java\Java tab\view. This will show if you have multiple versions installed, and what directory they are in.


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Depends if you have it standalone or remote config, but under the Information Builders folder in "programs" you can get it off the Server Console, for example from startup log or under App Studio utilities folder the client Admin Console and there in Diagnostics-JVM info if you're running tomcat.


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