Well, I'm still very much a newbie. But I'm guessing it's to allow taking advantage of Java's cross-platform capabilities. By running the job in the Java universe, you don't have to care about the machine's architecture. In the Vanilla universe, you might.
On Jun 24, 2007, at 10:49 PM, Esh Esh wrote:
Any takers for this question?
On 6/20/07, Esh Esh <eshforcondor@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Thanks Alan. This information is really useful for me.
With regard to your response for my first query... Does it mean that Vanilla Universe can be used to run any Java job instead of using a Vanilla Universe. In that case what is the necessity of a Java universe when the same can be accomplished with Vanilla Universe. Is there any specific advantage of using a Java universe compared to the Vanilla universe? Are there any tradeoffs?
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