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Environment variables for java installation


Question

How to set the environment variables for Java in Windows (the classpath)?

2018/02/22
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2/22/2018 8:55:40 AM


In Windows inorder to set

Step 1 : Right Click on MyComputer and click on properties .

Step 2 : Click on Advanced tab

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Step 3: Click on Environment Variables

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Step 4: Create a new class path for JAVA_HOME

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Step 5: Enter the Variable name as JAVA_HOME and the value to your jdk bin path ie c:\Programfiles\Java\jdk-1.6\bin and

NOTE Make sure u start with .; in the Value so that it doesn't corrupt the other environment variables which is already set.

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Step 6 : Follow the Above step and edit the Path in System Variables add the following ;c:\Programfiles\Java\jdk-1.6\bin in the value column.

Step 7 :Your are done setting up your environment variables for your Java , In order to test it go to command prompt and type

 java   

who will get a list of help doc

In order make sure whether compiler is setup Type in cmd

  javac

who will get a list related to javac

Hope this Helps !

2014/04/14

--- To set java path ---

There are two ways to set java path

A. Temporary

  1. Open cmd
  2. Write in cmd : javac

If java is not installed, then you will see message:

javac is not recognized as internal or external command, operable program or batch file.

  1. Write in cmd : set path=C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_121\bin
  2. Write in cmd : javac

You can check that path is set if not error has been raised.

It is important to note that these changes are only temporary from programs launched from this cmd.

NOTE: You might have to run the command line as admin

B. Permanent

  1. Righ-click on "My computer" and click on properties
  2. Click on "Advanced system settings"
  3. Click on "Environment variables"
  4. Click on new tab of user variable
  5. Write path in variable name
  6. Copy the path of bin folder
  7. Paste the path of the bin folder in the variable value
  8. Click OK

The path is now set permanently.

TIP: The tool "Rapid Environment Editor" (freeware) is great for modifying the environment variables and useful in that case

TIP2: There is also a faster way to access the Environment Variables: press Win+R keys, paste the following %windir%\System32\rundll32.exe sysdm.cpl,EditEnvironmentVariables and press ENTER

2019/03/27

In Windows 7, right-click on Computer -> Properties -> Advanced system settings; then in the Advanced tab, click Environment Variables... -> System variables -> New....

Give the new system variable the name JAVA_HOME and the value C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0_79 (depending on your JDK installation path it varies).

Then select the Path system variable and click Edit.... Keep the variable name as Path, and append C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0_79\bin; or %JAVA_HOME%\bin; (both mean the same) to the variable value.

Once you are done with above changes, try below steps. If you don't see similar results, restart the computer and try again. If it still doesn't work you may need to reinstall JDK.

Open a Windows command prompt (Windows key + R -> enter cmd -> OK), and check the following:

java -version

You will see something like this:

java version "1.7.0_79"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.7.0_79-b15)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 24.79-b02, mixed mode)

Then check the following:

javac -version

You will see something like this:

javac 1.7.0_79
2019/02/05

The JDK installation instructions explain exactly how to set the PATH, for different versions of Windows.

Normally you should not set the CLASSPATH environment variable. If you leave it unset, Java will look in the current directory to find classes. You can use the -cp or -classpath command line switch with java or javac.

2009/11/04

I am going to explain here by pictures for Windows 7.

Please follow the following steps:

Step 1: Go to "Start" and get into the "My Computer" properties

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Step 2: Go to "Advance System Setting" and click on it.

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Step 3: Go to "Start" and get into the "My Computer" properties

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Step 4: The dialog for Environment variable will open like this:

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Step 5: Go to path and click on edit.

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Step 6: Put the path of your JDK wherever it resides up to bin like you can see in the picture. Also add path from your sdk of Android up to the Platform Tools:

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2015/07/10

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