Railo Win Installer doesn't select 32-bit JVM properly
When installing using the Windows installer on a 64-bit machine, a 32-bit JVM does not get properly installed with the user selects 32-bit as their installation type.
This is the result of a slight change in how the installer determines a 32-bit or 64-bit install. Most of the variables and files are configured using a custom variable called "bittype" which is originally set by auto-detection - but is changed when a user selects a 32-bit install.
Due to the way the JVM has been packaged in recent builds. The Installer extraction process only extracts one of the bundled JVM's - which is based entirely off the installer's auto-detection and CANNOT be based off the internal variable.
In order for this bug to be fixed, the structure of how the JVM's are packaged needs to be changed. Both JVM's need to be packaged and extracted, then which one becomes the "installed" version needs to be determined based on the internal "bittype" variable.