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How do I get windows environment variables?

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How do I get windows system environment variables in my .jsp file?

Thanks in advance
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AFAIK, there is no access to system environment variables from within an executing Java application.

Normally, I would say that you need to pass the value in from the command line:

java -Dvarname=value MyClass

In this case, the servlet container is effectively compiling and executing your JSP (convert to Servlet, compile, run), so I don't know if it's possible at all.
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jimmack is correct on this. If you mean you want to read server side env var, I used this in startup script

set >env.properties

and then use java.util.Properties to read the env.properties file. you get all your env var from there.
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Thought that was the case, was just making sure. Thank you all for your help.
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;-)  No problem.
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