We're upgrading from SAS 9.3/Windows Server 2008 to SAS9.4/Windows Server 2012.
I know that Tanuki Java Service Wrapper have changed their licensing such that the 64-bit wrapper.exe is no longer free.
SAS are using the 32-bit community edition wrapper for a number of their Java web applications, even on 64-bit Windows.
Are there any performance implications with this approach? I assume no, unless a Java web application required > 4GB of memory, but just want to confirm.
Please post your question as a self-contained data step in the form of "have" (source) and "want" (desired results). I won't contribute to your post if I can't cut-and-paste your syntactically correct code into SAS.