If your project requires any special options to the JVM to run, these can be passed to DCover using the
JVM_ARG environment variable. This is useful if you need to pass the details of a user id, or which database to use, as properties to the JVM. The two examples below show passing a user_id with an authentication token:
set JVM_ARGS="-Duser_id=Sue -Duser_auth_token=1234" dcover.bat create
export JVM_ARGS="-Duser_id=Sue -Duser_auth_token=1234" dcover create
JVM_ARG environment variable can also be used for memory management. In fact, any JVM arguments documented at: https://docs.oracle.com/javase/8/docs/technotes/tools/windows/java.html can be added to the
Any environment variables that your project requires at runtime should be set in the environment in which you are running DCover.