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deployment.properties max memory

deployment.properties max memory

deployment.properties max memory

Hi all,
       I have a system-wide deployment.properties file. In it I have specific arguments for the java runtime parameters. This setting works perfectly well when I put the file into %USERPROFILE%\Application Data\Sun\Java\Deployment - but not when I put it in %WINDIR%\Sun\Java\Deployment (alongside the deployment.config file - which is pointing to the deployment.properties file correctly as other settings like the cache specified in there take effect). It's just the runtime arguments that don't work...

RE: deployment.properties max memory

Does the directory actuall exist?


RE: deployment.properties max memory

Yes, both:
%USERPROFILE%\Application Data\Sun\Java\Deployment
exist. If the 2nd one doesn't exist you can create it and the 2 files and Java will automatically find it (i.e. it must look for it everytime - but not care if it doesn't exist).


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