Re: How to reset the Netbeans configuration files??

Nigel Wade <>
Wed, 13 Oct 2010 09:34:26 +0100
On 12/10/10 22:05, Ramon F Herrera wrote:

On Oct 12, 3:30 pm, Ramon F Herrera <> wrote:

I recently downloaded the JDK 1.6.0_21 and removed the old one
(1.6.0_18). Now Netbeans is confused: every time it starts, it asks:

"Cannot locate java installation in specified jdkhome:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jdk1.6.0_18
Do you want to try to use default version?"

That is getting pretty annoying and I worry that it may break things.



It turns out I was looking in the wrong place. Instead of editing
files in my home directory, the solution is to edit the file "Program
Files\Netbeans\etc\netbeans.conf". There is a variable called


The Java Platforms Manager dialog within NetBeans (Tools->Java
Platforms) will handle this. Add a new platform, remove the old one.

NetBeans supports use of multiple platforms, so you can have multiple
platforms installed and have NetBeans select which one to use.

Nigel Wade

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