Does SAS use Java?
Does SAS use Java?
SAS Foundation, the SAS middle tier, and certain SAS client applications require the use of a Java Runtime Environment (JRE). SAS provides the SAS Private JRE as part of the standard deployment process. SAS 9.4 versions that precede M6 use a SAS Private JRE that is based on Java 7.
Is Java 9 still supported?
Java 9 support ended in January 2018, with only four major updates in its very short lifespan. If any new bugs were found in the Java 9 software, the only fix is to move to Java 10 or 11. Java 8 was an LTS release. Java 11, which was released in September 2018, is a currently supported LTS release.
Does Java support 32 bit?
Java is available on Microsoft Windows in 64 and 32 bit versions, allowing users to get the appropriate version for their system. Users can even run both side-by-side for 64 bit operating systems.
Does Java 9 require a license?
The current version of Java – Java SE 9 as well as Java SE 8 – is free and available for redistribution for general purpose computing. Java Runtime Environment (JRE) use for embedded devices or use of commercial features may require a license fee from Oracle.
Where to find JRE file for SAS 9.3?
ERROR: The Java proxy is not responding. ERROR: The Java proxy’s JNI call to start the VM failed. ERROR: Java failed to start during the SAS startup. Verify the JRE that was used during the installation process: Open the sassw.config file in Notepad. This file is located in the !SASHOME directory.
What causes an error when starting SAS 9.3?
The following errors might occur on the Windows operating system if the wrong Java Runtime Environment (JRE) was used during the SAS 9.3 installation process or if something has happened to the JRE that is installed. ERROR: File (s) are missing from the Java repository. ERROR: Unable to initialize the ODS classpath during SAS startup.
Do you need JDK for SAS 9.4?
As shown below, the Deployment Summary window and the Deployment in Progress window indicate that the JRE is being installed. You are no longer prompted for the Java Development Kit (JDK). SAS is using the SAS 9.4 web application server, which requires only the PRIVATEJRE.
Do you need third party software for SAS 9.3?
License Information for Third-Party Software Distributed with SAS ® Software provides a listing of such software, along with a link to its applicable license agreement, by the SAS product with which it is provided. This page contains links to the minimum version requirements of third-party software for use with SAS ® 9.3.