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I have 2 different setups for my Java application. but which one should i go? x86 or x64

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Hi there;

I have 2 different setups for my Java application. but which one should i go? x86 or x64. Why should I have 2 different setups if I need to have 2 different setups?

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You only need worry about that if you have native code involved in your app. Otherwise, it's not relevant to the app itself
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Native code? In what way? What is native code in this context?
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It is pure java. So it means it is managed. Right? If so, 32 and 64 have no difference?
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Native code? In what way? What is native code in this context?
e.g.  accessing a dll on Windows or a shared library on Unix-derivatives

If so, 32 and 64 have no difference?
The bytecode is the same in each case. Only the vm is different, which shouldn't be the concern of your app.
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