1. Installing Java
BellaDati requires Oracle's Java SE 8 platform to run. Refer to Supported Platforms for details on the Java platform versions that BellaDati supports. Oracle's JDK can be downloaded from Oracle's website.
You can test whether you have the correct Java platform by running
On recent Linux distributions, Oracle's JDK can be installed through a package manager, e.g. apt-get on Ubuntu.
2. Setting JAVA_HOME
Once the JDK is installed you need to set the
JAVA_HOME environment variable pointing to the root directory of your JDK installation.
Some JDK installers set this automatically. You can type
echo %JAVA_HOME% in a Windows command prompt or
echo $JAVA_HOME in a Linux/UNIX console to verify. If the property hasn't been set, follow the steps below.
2.1 For Linux/Solaris
You can set the
JAVA_HOME variable with the following command:
Make sure this variable is automatically set after system starts (append it to the
2.2 For Windows
Windows users can specify environment variables in the
System Properties->Environment Variables window.