Running JacORB ME against a standard JVM

Running JacORB ME against a standard JVM

Summary

Running JacORB ME against a standard JVM

Running JacORB ME without IBM J9 CVM

Running JacORB ME without Oracle CVM

Environment

JacORB ME 2.3.1

All supported platforms and compilers

Question/Problem Description

How to run JacORB ME 2.3.1 against a standard JVM

JacORB ME releases are designed to be used with a CVM (Connected Device Configuration Virtual Machine), either the Oracle CVM or the IBM J9 CVM. However, it is possible to modify a JacORB ME installation to work with a standard JVM instead.

This article describes how to run JacORB ME 2.3.1 against a standard JVM.

Resolution

To enable JacORB ME 2.3.1 to run on a standard JVM, the "jaco" and "idl" scripts must be modified. These scripts are in the "bin" directory of the installation and the change needed is the same for both scripts.

In each script, change the "RESOLVED_JAVA_CMD" line to refer to the correct executable. For example, with an Oracle CVM JacORB ME release, the existing line will read:

RESOLVED_JAVA_CMD=cvm

Similarly, for an IBM J9 CVM JacORB ME release, the line will read:

RESOLVED_JAVA_CMD=j9

To run on a standard JVM, in both the "jaco" and "idl" scripts, change the line to read:

RESOLVED_JAVA_CMD=java

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