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WTSupported in traditional Synergy on Windows
WNSupported in Synergy .NET on Windows
USupported on UNIX
VSupported on OpenVMS
The XFEXTDIRS environment variable specifies the directory that contains the Java classes and JAR files required by your application.
The path for the directory that contains additional Java classes and JAR files required by your application.
If you are targeting an earlier version of Java than you are using (e.g., if you are using Java 11 and targeting Java 10), you must set the XFEXTDIRS environment variable to the path that contains additional classes and JAR files needed by your application, such as those required for encryption. This environment variable must be set before building the JAR file. The path is usually java.home\lib. (For example, usr/Java/jdk/jre/lib.)
XFEXTDIRS works in conjunction with XFBOOTCLASSPATH.
In the environment.
XFEXTDIRS = usr/Java/jdk/jre/lib ;export XFEXTDIRS