I would like to install the SQL Developer which has the jre prepackaged, then I need to have jre 1.6,0_37 installed, so that I can run another application.
When I have neither of the jre installed, I can run SQL Developer x64.
When I install jre 1.6.0_37, SQL Developer x64 picks up this jre, as is shown on the SQL Developer's About/properties java values. I can't edit these values.
Is there a particular method to install SQL Developer that will use its bundled jre?
first of all sqldeveloper needs jdk not jre. But since it's working I guess you have that installed.
You can change the java home in C:\Users\<USER>\AppData\Roaming\sqldeveloper\??????\product.conf
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