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Can I manual select JRE to startup iReport ?


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I've installed jdk1.5.0_07 to C:jdk1.5.0_07, and installed public JRE of it, and then set JAVA_HOME =C:jdk1.5.0_07, and then add %JAVA_HOME%bin to PATH environment variable.


Then I installed jdk1.6.0 to C:jdk1.6.0, no public JRE installed of it.


Open any DOS console and type java -version, it report the right version I wanted: java version "1.5.0_07".


But when I started iReport from iReport.exe, click "Help"->"About iReport" -> "System properties", it shows me that all properties related JRE/JDK is 1.6.0, not 1.5.0_07, how can iReport so "intelligent" and how to manual choose JRE to startup it ?


By the way: If i startup iReport from %IREPORT_HOME%binstartup.bat, the JRE/JDK information is 1.5.0_07, that's what I wanted.



Thanks !

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Hmm - in newer versions - iReport-nb-3.5.2 - has this procedure changed? I need to make sure iReport is running on a very recent JRE (1.6.0_14) in order to ensure OpenType font compatibility. I was not able to find a .jsmooth project file in the source distribution.



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