Dynatrace provides Java monitoring for applications running in Tomcat containers as well as JBoss, Wild Fly, Glass Fish, Web Sphere, and other servers.Of course we also support other JVM languages like Scala, including frameworks such as Akka and Play.Oracle Java EOL announcement In Mac OS X 10.7 the JDK provided by Apple (Java 6) is installed in /System/Library/Java/Java Virtual Machines/ so just delete it from there The JDK provided by Oracle (Java 7) is installed in /Library/Java/Java Virtual Machines/ Oracle installs them next to each other in this directory: /Library/Java/Java Virtual Machines/ ` 1.7.0jdk1.7.0_06jdk1.7.0_07jdk1.7.0_09jdk1.7.0_11jdk1.7.0_13jdk1.7.0_15jdk1.7.0_17jdk1.7.0_21jdk1.7.0_25` (Previous message) I don’t know the answer to your question, but I can suggest that you might be causing yourself unneeded problems. Java 6 is on your machine for legacy software that relies on it in standalone applications.
Now let's add a favorite Channel (that's an IRC Chat room) for our favorite server. Double click on the "#linux" entry in the favorites tree and it will connect to the freenode IRC Network and automatically join the "#linux" chatroom. For advanced settings, open the IDEA settings dialog.Select the "irc.freenode.org" item in the tree and click "Add Favorite Channel". There's a new category "Intell IRC", where you can define your global nickname, your signoff message, etc. With the end of public updates for Java 1.6 in February 2012, and the long list of security updates on the later 1.7, I am inclined to remove Java 1.6 and the JDK permanently from my Mac, if only I knew how to accomplish this in a clean way.Dynatrace instruments your Java applications at the bytecode level.It makes no difference if your applications are console applications or web services; we provide all the monitoring features you need.