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Hi, We have a Core Java Swing application that we are running on 32 bit JVM. Because of some requirements in other application we need to install 64 bit patch for this JDK installation(We dont want a separate JDK installation).
Can our application still run without any problem on this patched JDK?
We have tested the application with patched JDK and did not find any problems but vendor is strongly opposed to running the application with patched JDK.
- Which operating system? - Which JVM by which manufacturer? Are you talking about the Sun JVM or about an IBM, HP or other JVM? - What is that patch you are talking about? - The vendor of what? The operating system, or some other piece of software or hardware in the system? - Did the vendor explain to you why they are strongly opposed to using the patched JDK? If no, ask them.