Configure Custom JDK for Enterprise Manager and WebView

Use a custom JDK configuration to mitigate the Oracle JDK 8 policy changes. For more information about JDK 8 policy updates, see Oracle Java SE Support Roadmap.
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Use a custom JDK configuration to mitigate the Oracle JDK 8 policy changes. For more information about JDK 8 policy updates, see Oracle Java SE Support Roadmap.
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Configure Custom JDK for Enterprise Manager
Set up the Enterprise Manager to run a custom JDK configuration.
Follow these steps:
  1. Download and install the new version of JRE or OpenJDK JRE. Copy the full path of the Java executable file (Linux) or
    java.exe
    (Windows).
    Example (Linux):
    /opt/jdk8u192-b13-0.11.0/bin/java
  2. Open the
    <EM_Home>/Introscope_Enterprise_Manager.lax
     file in a text editor.
  3. Paste the full path of the executable file into the following property:
    lax.nl.current.vm=<full path>
  4. Restart the Enterprise Manager and verify that the startup logs contain the new JDK version.
Configure Custom JDK for WebView
Set up WebView to run a custom JDK configuration.
Follow these steps:
  1. Download and install the new version of JRE or OpenJDK JRE. Copy the full path of the Java executable file (Linux) or 
    java.exe
     (Windows).
    Example (Linux):
    /opt/jdk8u192-b13-0.11.0/bin/java
  2. Open the
     <EM_Home>/Introscope_WebView.lax
     file in a text editor.
  3. Paste the full path of the executable file into the following property:
    lax.nl.current.vm=<full path>
  4. Restart WebView and verify that the startup logs contain the new JDK version.