hi everyone, I wonder if I need to set a classpath for JRE, like JDK1.2.2 do?
posted 15 years ago
Yes. When you set your classpath for the jdk, you were actually pointing it at THAT set of classes. If you now want to use a DIFFERENT set of classes (perhaps a different version), you need to download it and change your classpath to point at THAT one. Or, of course, when you fire up your application, if you have a bat file you can point the classpath at the desired JRE (the jar files in the JRE) just before invoking the application itself. [This message has been edited by Cindy Glass (edited August 17, 2001).]
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