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Page: How can I check which Java I have installed on Linux?
Linux you should make sure that you are using Oracle Java (or compatible) and that it is in your {{PATH}}. You are not running Oracle's Java if your log contains the following: "java.fullversion=GNU libgcj 4.1.1 20070105 (Red Hat 4.1.152)" Some Linux ...
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Page: How do I get the application path?
get the path to the application in a test script the most technically accurate approach is to invoke {{squishrunner}} with the {{\\info}} {{applications}} parameters and to parse the resulting output to find the path relevant to the application. Here are some examples: With {{squishrunner}} and {{squishserver}} running on the same computer: squishrunner ...
Other labels: aut, tcl, pathname, scripting, perl, python, javascript
Page: How to Uninstall Squish
When Squish is installed it does not change your system's settings, all it does is install files in particular directories. This makes uninstalling Squish easysimply a matter of deleting the relevant directories. To uninstall Squish do the following: Delete every Squish installation ...
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