Just downloaded version 5.5 of JAsperSoft studio and tried to start it, but got the warning (!) "Failed to create the Java Virtual Machine". And then nothing happens.
I have JDK 220.127.116.11 installed, which works fine on IntelliJ IDEA for instance.
I have MacOS X 10.7.5.
What to do?
regards - Mikael Brodd
If you ar ein a Mac you will find this file going to applications and right click on the Jaspersoft Studio.app then select "Show Package Content" the .ini file will be located in Contents/MacOS/JasperSoft Studio.ini
That file as as @hozawa said all the settings of JSS. In there look at the -vm line it should be pointing to one of your JVM folders, check if that is correct if not point it to your installed JVM it should be something like in my Mac is /Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/jdk1.7.0_11.jdk/Contents/Home/ But I'm using MacOSX 10.9 so YMMV
There's a "Jaspersoft Studio.ini" file in the folder where you've installed Studio. Open this file up with a text editor. There should be a following line:
Replace the second line with absolute path to your jdk/bin