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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: Version of Java being used by Tomcat
Date Wed, 04 Apr 2007 20:00:28 GMT
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Richard,

Richard Dunne wrote:
> Aneez, Try typing "echo -version %JAVA% " at the prompt".  works in
> dos anyway, not sure if tomcat has its own specific syntax.

Never heard of that one before. As far as I know, "echo" on DOS does not
accept any arguments other than "ON", "OFF" or a message to display.

%JAVA% expands to the value of the environment variable "JAVA", which is
not guaranteed to contain anything. For instance, I have Java installed
on my win32 box and the command interpreter blankly gives me:

C:\Documents and Settings\Chris> echo -version %JAVA%
- -version %JAVA%

C:\Documents and Settings\Chris>

Not very helpful :(

- -chris
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