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how do i tell what vendor's jdk i am using

Posted on 2001-08-03
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I have  jdk installed on my PC. How do i found out which vendor i got it from. i mean how do i find out if it is from IBM or sun.. and the same for the JRE?
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Question by:npanarella
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by:mohan_sekar
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Hi,

      Using the System.getProperty("java.vendor") u can retrieve the vendor name of your jdk.

bye

:-)

Mohan
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by:npanarella
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Is there a command I can execute from a dos prompt to find the JRE and the JDK vendors...
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kaplinger earned 50 total points
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You could type java -fullversion
cmd>java -fullversion
java full version "J2RE 1.2.2 IBM build cx122-20010308"
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