After I install SDK 1_3_1 or JDK_1_3_1, it seems the command "java" works in DOS. We can use the command "java -jar server.jar" in DOS. Means that we don't need to use DOS command like: Path = C:\jdk1.3.1_04; %PATH% to set up environment Am I right? Thanks,
Not sure what you are actually asking. But the path environment variable is something you don't have to worry about for the assessor. You don't have to teach them how to install and use the sdk and java, so in that case I would say no you don't have to give them a path statement to run. If you mean for yourself, you probably already have the path variable set fo the bin directory and that is why it runs in DOS. Mark
Thanks again, Mark I did not set path variable for the bin directory. But java command is used well in DOS. I use command set to check the path, No bin is included in PATH = ... ...; It seems we don not need to set PATH after install SDK or JDK?
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