While launching, Dreamweaver (13.2 and earlier versions) prompts you to install Java SE 6 Runtime.
However, the system may warn you the first time you run a Java command-line tool. Running a Java Command-Line Tool for the First Time. When you run a command-line tool for the first time (such as java), depending on which app (such as Safari or Firefox) you used to download the installer, a window may appear with text similar to the following. JDownloader is a Java based aplication for Mac. It is free and open-source, and it will help you download files from several different hosting services on the internet, optimizing downloads and letting you manage multiple active transfers from its own interface. In fact, the Apple Store requires the use of an embedded JRE as a prerequisite for Mac App Store distribution. The runtime sub-element of the task specifies the root of the JRE that will be included in the app package. In this example, the location of the JRE is defined using the JAVAHOME environment variable. However, you might. With Mac OS 10.7 (Lion) and later, the Java runtime is no longer installed automatically as part of the OS installation. Follow any of the methods below to install Java runtime. Java runtime free download - Apple Java for OS X 10.6, Apple Java for OS X 10.7/10.8, Java 2 SE, and many more programs.
Java SE 6/SE 7 Runtime is installed on the computer.
In Dreamweaver 2014, the prompt does not appear when you launch Dreamweaver. However, you are prompted to install Java SE 6 runtime while logging in to PhoneGap Build service (Site > PhoneGap Build Service > PhoneGap Build Service).
In the pop-up window that appears, click Install and follow the onscreen instructions to install Java SE 6 Runtime.
In Dreamweaver 2014, you can't log in to PhoneGap Build service without installing Java SE 6 Runtime.
Important: Ensure that you install Java SE 6 Runtime only by clicking Install in the pop-up window. If you install Java SE 6 or 7 Runtime through any other means (for example, by directly accessing Java.com), Dreamweaver could still display the prompt.
Even if you have installed Java SE 7 Runtime, you still need to install Java SE 6 Runtime as described above.
If you continue to see the prompt even after installing Java SE 6 Runtime as described above, perform the following steps:
Dreamweaver displays such a prompt because, when you update to Mac OS 10.9, Java SE 6 Runtime on your computer gets uninstalled.