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  1. Re: Third party application utilizing Java portion of registry and environmental vari

    No I am going to test here in a couple
  2. Re: Third party application utilizing Java portion of registry and environmental vari

    While the app itself is not Java it relies on Java's JavaSoft/Prefs key to hold and store configuration information
  3. Re: Third party application utilizing Java portion of registry and environmental vari

    No it doesn't your correct. Howevery my understanding is that java doesn't read the registry the same as windows does

    so for example in windows
    I can use %USERNAME% well Java doesnt understand...
  4. Re: Third party application utilizing Java portion of registry and environmental vari

    Norm all this is, is a string value for a registry storing a filepath location. The default by the program sets it to /C:///Users//user01///My /Documents///Applicationname///Temp
    I just want to get...
  5. Re: Third party application utilizing Java portion of registry and environmental vari

    The reason for all this just to explain is one I never like to hardcode a drive letter. Two the the drive we are using is going to be a network drive which is fine for users but admins do not have...
  6. Re: Third party application utilizing Java portion of registry and environmental vari

    I would rather use an environmental variable also....

    Let me try to make this a little clearer...


    So currently in the registry I have a regsz entry that goes like this:

    temp...
  7. Third party application utilizing Java portion of registry and environmental variable

    Hello All,
    I have a interesting question and hopefully it is has simple solution. We are getting ready to deploy an application to the Enterprise here. This application requires Java and well the...
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