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How to configure Borland Search Server to work with JRE instead of JDK?

How to configure Borland Search Server to work with JRE instead of JDK?

Problem:

How to configure Borland Search Server to work with JRE instead of JDK?

Resolution:


  • Product Name: Borland Search Server (for CaliberRM 2008 and StarTeam 2008)
  • Product Version: 3.0.34
  • Product Component: Java
  • Platform/OS Version: All

Please follow the below steps to configure Borland Search Server to work with JRE instead of JDK:

1. Create the JRE_HOME environment variable and point it to a JRE

2. Go to the JRE install directory and look for the file sunjce_provider.jar in the lib\ext directory

3. Copy the file sunjce_provider.jar to the directory C:\Program Files\Borland\Borland Search\apache-tomcat-5.5.23\webapps\bss\WEB-INF\lib (This path might vary if you have installed Borland Search Server in a location other than the default installation folder)

4. Restart Borland Search Server

After this,you should able to run the Borland Search Server using JRE.


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