[nbusers] Re: default Java platform

  • From: Edson Richter < >
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  • Subject: [nbusers] Re: default Java platform
  • Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2012 13:52:47 -0200
  • Organization: Simkorp Inform├ítica Ltda

Em 14/11/2012 13:44, emiddio-frontier escreveu:
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no - defaults IS the startup jdk,

and the behaviour is not Exactly the same in some situations.

-Garu
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From: "King Lung Chiu" 
      
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Subject: [nbusers] default Java platform


Hi,

I have both 64-bit and 32-bit versions of JDK 7 installed.

Is there a way to start NetBeans 7 with 64bit JDK and have the IDE
default to using 32-bit version when running apps?

I have both versions visible in Platform Manager and have NetBeans
startup with 64bit JDK, but there doesn't seem to be a way to tell it
to use the 32bit version when you run/debug apps.

Any ideas?

thanks,

King


What kind of app are you trying to run?

If it is a Desktop app, then go to Project Properties:



If it is a WebApp, then you should go to Tools -> Servers:




IT: in my computer, JDK 1.7 is the 64bit, and JRockit is the 32bit. I do prefer JRockit instead JDK 6 due memory stability issues.

Regards,

Edson


[nbusers] default Java platform

King Lung Chiu 11/14/2012

[nbusers] Re: default Java platform

King Lung Chiu 11/14/2012

[nbusers] Re: default Java platform

emiddio-frontier 11/14/2012

[nbusers] Re: default Java platform

Edson Richter 11/14/2012

[nbusers] Re: default Java platform

Edson Richter 11/14/2012

[nbusers] Re: default Java platform

King Lung Chiu 11/15/2012

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