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How do I change the JDK version used by Java Explorer?

How do I change the JDK version used by Java Explorer?

The first time Java Explorer is run from a new install of Silk Performer, the user must specify the location of the Java Development Kit on the host machine. If this JDK version is upgraded and the user wants to use the new version in Java Explorer, they must change this setting in the System Settings of Java Explorer.

To change the JDK in use by Java Explorer:

- Open Java Explorer
- Click on Tools | System Settings | Runtime
- Specify the directory of the new JDK version in the Target JDK field.
- Restart Silk Performer Java Explorer.

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