We are using PBNI to connect to a local JVM and create Java instances (using the javavm and ejbconnection PB objects) for a module in our PB app. We are currently using the 32 bit JVM (Java 1.8) and all is working fine.
I believe that now Oracle have said that they will not be supporting a 32 bit JVM for Java 1.9 and support for 1.8 is coming to a close later next year.
Does anyone have any idea if we will we be able to use Java 1.9 (which will only be 64 bit) with PBNI? 64 bit doesnt seem to be supported?