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add java sdk an enviroment variable for java

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Posted: 2014-03-19

If you are running an application that would require Java J2SE SDK but not able to locate the Java Installation. For example, SQL Developer will give you "Cannot find a J2SE SDK installed path" error if it's not able to locate installation path. You would have to add path to your environment variables in order to resolve this issue. Follow the steps below to add the path and resolve "cannot find a J2SE SDK installed at path" such a errors Steps to add path in Windows 7 64-bit is as follows: 1. Right click on Computer, then click on Properties 2. On left pane click on Advanced System Settings 3. On the advanced panel, click on Environment Variables 4. In the system variables text box under Variable column look for Path 5. Select the path row and click on Edit. 6. In Variable Value text box, append the path to ";" and the Java SDK installation path. For example on Windows 64-bit, append ;C:Program FilesJavajdk1.7.51bin or ;C:Program Files (x86)Javajdk1.7.0_51 for 32-bit Windows.

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