JDeveloper: setting the JDEV_USER_HOME environment variable

If it is not possible to set the JDEV_USER_HOME env variable (because Admin rights are not granted for the PC, for example), use a batch file to set the variable, and start JDeveloper from the command line:

set JDEV_USER_HOME=C:\Oracle\JDevR1204\jdevhome\jdev
call C:\Oracle\JDevR1204\jdevbin\jdev\bin\jdevW.exe

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