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QTP/UFT support tip: How Disable Java support

Disable Java Support using Registry Key

        a. Open the Registry Editor (Start -> Run -> regedit).

        b. Navigate to the registry key for Java add-in.

        HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Mercury Interactive\JavaAgent\Java Add-in for QuickTest

        c. Set the "Enabled" value to zero.

        d. Restart QTP/UFTl and the application.

 

Note:
These values are referenced once, when the Java  application is loaded. If disabled, the add-in will stay inactive throughout application's life time, even if you reset the values in the registry.

 

 

Disable Java Support (Java add-in only) using Java flags (all versions).

         a. Go to Start -> Programs -> Control Panel -> System.
         b. Select the Advanced tab -> Environment Variables.
         c. Rename the _JAVA_OPTIONS variable.
         d. Restart the application. 

 

 

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