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Eclipse Java Development User Guide
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Assigning the default JRE for the workbench

The default JRE is used for compiling and launching Java programs in all projects unless you specifically override the default JRE on a project's build path or on a launch configuration.

Here is how you can change the default JRE:

  1. Open the Opens the Installed JREs preference page Java > Installed JREs preference page.
  2. Check the box on the line for the JRE that you want to assign as the default JRE in your workbench. If the JRE you want to assign as the default does not appear in the list, you must add it.
  3. Click OK.
Note: Changing the default JRE may cause a build to occur if you have auto build enabled (Project > Build Automatically Opens the Workspace preference page General > Workspace preference page).

Related concepts

Java development tools (JDT)

Related tasks

Working with JREs
Adding a new JRE definition
Deleting a JRE definition
Choosing a JRE for launching a project

Related reference

Installed JREs preference page


 
 
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