We have a local JBoss install running on Windows 7 64 bit. Our Oracle client is 32bit based so we installed the 32 bit drivers and that's what the Windows $ORACLE_HOME environment variable points to. However, since the local JBoss AS is 64 bit, it requires the 64 bit Oracle drives. Is there a way to specify a different ORACLE_HOME for JBoss? We did this in WebSphere in the "WebSphere variables" section of the admin console but can't find the equivalent in JBoss.