To find the location of the Java installation that your Cascade CMS instance is using, you'll need to check the boot script for your environment:

Linux/*nix and Mac OS X:

  • Navigate to the Cascade CMS installation directory

  • View or edit the cascade.sh file

  • See the JRE_HOME variable (top line)

For example:

export JRE_HOME="/usr/local/java/jre"

Windows (service):

  • Navigate to the Cascade CMS installation directory

  • Right-click on the file tomcat/bin/CascadeCMSw.exe and select the option to Run as Administrator

  • Click on the Java tab

  • See the Java Virtual Machine field

For example:

C:\Program Files\Cascade CMS\java\jre\bin\server\jvm.dll

In this case, the Java installation is located at C:\Program Files\Cascade CMS\java\jre.

Windows (command line):

  • Navigate to the Cascade CMS installation directory

  • View or edit the cascade.bat file

  • See the JRE_HOME variable near the top

For example:

set JRE_HOME=C:\Program Files\Cascade CMS\java\jre

Additional Information Regarding the JVM

If your instance of Cascade CMS is running, you can find some information about the JVM within the application itself:

  • Click Administration

  • Click Logs and System Information

  • Click the System Information tab

In the General Information section, you'll be able to view the following details regarding your Java installation:

  • Java Version

  • Java Vendor

  • JVM Version

  • JVM Vendor

  • JVM Implementation

  • Java Runtime

  • Java VM

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