deployexpert created the topic: Bundling Java Runtime Environments
Since InstallAnywhere installers are Java based, they require a Java Virtual Machine
(VM) to run. InstallAnywhere installers can bundle a virtual machine with the
installer, thus eliminating the possibility that the installer will not find a suitable
virtual machine for the product or for the installer.
Developers can choose whether or not the end-user will have a choice of VMs to use
for the installed product.
InstallAnywhere installers run from the bundled virtual machine. In order to bundle a
virtual machine, it must be packaged as a VM Pack. Free VM packs may be found on
the Macrovision Web site (details on how to create your own VM Packs can be found
A VM will not be installed under the following conditions:
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