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Will installing IBM java runtime environment 1.4.1 interfere with j2re1.4.2_03 that is allready installed on our systems.
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Shouldn't do. They can be invoked separately. Just make sure that IBM doesn't insert itself into the path before the other one
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"Just make sure that IBM doesn't insert itself into the path before the other one."
How can I check this ?  Sorry,  I am no expert.
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echo $PATH on Unix

or

echo %PATH%

on Windows
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There is no entry from IBM java runtime environment 1.4.1 in the path variable. nore is there an entry from j2re1.4.2_03.
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Well then there shouldn't be a problem. Just specify the full path to the relevant executable when you want to run either
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:-)
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