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    why need java sdk to run server

    in the installation directions you say i need to point the ls.bat's JAVA_HOME variable to my java development kit location. Why do I need the jdk to use the server?

    I was planning on using the .net functionality to send data to the server and another .net application to retreive the data from the server over a network.

    Eric

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    Even when .NET sdks are used both on the client and on the adapter side, the main Server is based on the java runtime so that it needs a JRE or a JDK to run.

    JRE does not provide the “-server” option, that optimizes the HotSpot compiler so that we advice to use a JDK.
    For development and non-load-testing scenarios, you could remove the –server option from the startup batch and use the JRE.

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    thank you for the insight.

    eric

 

 

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