On July 19, 2019 6:26 PM Michael Lemke wrote:
>On July 19, 2019 5:51 PM André Warnier wrote:
>>For some maybe useful background information, it may be useful to read this :
>Thanks. Actually, I knew this as I am using procrun for an additional service, 
>which also doesn't find the OpenJdk.
>So doesn't this boil down to why procrun doesn't pick up the OpenJdk 

Answering to myself: indeed it does.

I created an issue https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/DAEMON-404 and added a 
pull request. This fixes the problem for me. Maybe someone can have a look?


>I verified that the ojdkbuild installer sets the appropriate Registry keys. Is 
>this a bug in procrun or does Oracle play some additional tricks?
>>On 19.07.2019 14:01, Michael Lemke wrote:
>>> I have tomcat (9.0.22) running as a service on Windows with Oracle's Java 
>>> 8. I now want to move this to OpenJdk 12 to keep current and I have quite 
>>> some problems to have tomcat find the OpenJdk installation. With Oracle it 
>>> just worked with the Jvm=auto option for the tomcat service. With OpenJdk I 
>>> only got it to work by messing around with JAVA_HOME, which is no fun 
>>> especially for services. Without it tomcat doesn't find Java or uses 
>>> Oracle's if I don't remove it first.
>>> Now is this a tomcat problem or a OpenJdk installation problem?
>>> For OpenJdk I used
>>> https://github.com/ojdkbuild/ojdkbuild/releases/download/12.0.1-1/java-12-openjdk-
>>> and have the installer set the Windows Registry entries under JavaSoft
>>>  From what I found on the net these Registry settings changed with Java 9.
>>> So what am I doing wrong?
>>> Thanks,
>>> Michael

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