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- 05-09-2011, 05:24 PM #1Member
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Set Java Control Panel options via Command Prompt
I have multiple JRE's on my system and I want to add them as User Java Runtime Versions.
One way to do this; you can open the Java Control Panel | Java tab | Java Runtime Environment Settings dialog -> and then click Add, and fill in the details - the Platform version number, where to find it, etc.
My question is - is there a way to set these options via the command prompt?
Basically i want a batch file that when run will add 3 more Java Runtime Versions - i don't want the end user to have to open the Control Panel and do it manually
I'm not finding any doc on command line parameters for javacpl.exe
Thanks in advance
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