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What does "do not work" mean exactly. Error? Runtime is installed anyway?
The instructions say it should be done the way you're doing it, except that you have a big pile of other flags added to it. I find "REBOOT=Supress" a bit shady, I believe the correct spelling is "suppress".
Runtime is installed anyway.
besides this: also the directive INSTALLDIRPUBJRE= is ignored when the path does not exist. (is not created)
Thanks for the quick reply
Edited by: 982241 on Jan 16, 2013 4:27 PM
Also happens when you do not run this as part of some script, but just on a command prompt?
If that also doesn't work you may have found a regression in the installer (it must have worked at some point) and a bug report should be made.
Also happens from the command line:
D:\install\j2sdk-1_7_0_11>jdk-7u11-windows-x64.exe /s /v"/qn ADDLOCAL="ToolsFeature" IEXPLORER=1 MOZILLA=1 REBOOT=Supress JAVAUPDATE=0 WEBSTARTICON=0 EULA=0 INSTALLDIR="E:\opt\JAVA\jdk17011" /L "D:\install\j2sdk-1_7_0_11\Logs\j2sdk-1_7_0_11_install-64.log""
Same with the 32-bit runtime on the x64 machine.
The "INSTALLDIRPUBJRE" directive does not work when the installer has to create more than one level of the directory structure.
Thanks so far
this behaviour (installation of PublicJRE) I first found in u1, in u3 it worked correctly.
These were only tests. now we have to go further with java 7
Edited by: 982241 on Jan 16, 2013 4:54 PM